HAAS Alert and the International Tow Museum are once again teaming up to put #NoMoreNamesOnTheWall. The campaign to prevent struck-by collisions is back this year after an enormously successful premier in 2021 which helped to raise over $5,000 to help families of fallen tow operators. 

The #NoMoreNamesOnTheWall campaign was launched last year in partnership with the International Towing Museum and the Survivor Fund. In order to help towers and families of towers, HAAS Alert is committed to donating to the Survivor Fund for every demo of Safety Cloud and activation of Safety Cloud, ensuring that families affected by line-of-duty deaths benefit just from towers learning about the power of digital alerting protection in the field.

With this campaign, HAAS Alert aims to raise awareness of Move Over laws and encourage adoption of life-saving digital alerting technology. Combined with the public’s help, we can begin to make tower struck-by incidents a thing of the past, and work towards to ultimate goal of adding #NoMoreNamesOnTheWall. 

If you would like to be a part of this life-saving campaign for towers, you can visit haasalert.com/nomorenames. From there, you can read more about the campaign and schedule your custom demo.   

Upcoming Shows

HAAS Alert will be on-site at major tow events throughout the fall. Come visit us to learn more about Safety Cloud for tow fleets!

  • Provincial Towing Association of Ontario Tow Show and Sale (Ontario, September 16-17)
  • American Towman ShowPlace – Las Vegas (Las Vegas, September 21-23)
  • Tennessee Tow Show (Chattanooga, October 7-8)