By Emily Crisman
Most people think it is easy to run a business, make money and that is the end of the story. However, Amir Iravani, the CEO of NK Towing & Roadside Services, Inc. makes it look easy. Amir also has an incredible commitment to the people and community of North County of San Diego. On July 13, 2004, Amir began his business with only one truck. With hard work and determination, he has built his business to include over 70 employees, which include military veterans and those who serve in the reserves. He also has over 60 trucks in his fleet and 4 Locations in Escondido, Vista, Oceanside and Del Mar. NK Towing has contracts with AAA and various Law enforcement agencies, an assortment of Body shops and Repair facilities and NK Towing is the number one towing service provider on Camp Pendleton.
Amir’s commitment to the military and to the community has been shaped by his experience as an Iranian immigrant. He strongly supports the military that provide protection and freedom for the citizens of the United States of America. Our safety is something many Americans take for granted, while young men and women are sacrificing their lives for it. Amir is proud to give back to the community and our service members because he knows what it is like to live in a country that does not have the same freedoms.
NK Towing & Roadside Services, Inc. is a reflection of Amir’s passion for serving others and has been recognized for their community services multiple times. Amir and NK Towing are involved in the Escondido Community Child Development Center, Boys and Girls Club of greater San Diego and Habitat for Humanity just to name a few. NK Towing & Roadside Services, Inc. has been recognized for its commitment to the community for their Tipsy Tow program, which has saved countless lives. This is a business that is committed to serving the community to the best of its ability and in doing so; it has changed the perception of the towing industry for many people across North County San Diego.
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