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Community Involvement
Contributing to the Betterment of Our Communities

Zore’s Inc. believes that as a company, we are a member of our community, which strikes a moral obligation in us to contribute to the betterment of our cities and neighborhoods. We feel that it is our responsibility to impart our services, skills, and resources for the sake of improving the well-being of our local municipalities. That is why we are actively involved in several important training and safety programs, as well as, a variety of community sponsorships and causes throughout Central Indiana. Examples of our community involvement include police, fire department, and first responders’ training and “awareness” programs, as well as, heavy towing rescue training, sports team sponsorships, emergency service, task force and wrecker service cross training programs, and much more. We also work closely with Hoosier Helper Tool and provide traffic incident management (TIM) services for collisions and storm damages. (Check out our tanker explosion story at the bottom of the page!) Take a look below to see what Zore’s Inc. is passionate about in our community! Or call our office directly at 317-247-8484 to speak with a friendly office attendant, today.

Our Community Involvement Includes
but is not limited to...
  • TRAINING CLASSES FOR FIRST RESPONSE UNITS
  • TOWING AND FIRE DEPARTMENT CROSS TRAINING PROGRAMS
  • POLICE, FIRE DEPT., TASK FORCE, AND EMERGENCY RESPONDERS’ TRAINING CLASSES
  • POLICE TRAINING (FINGER PRINTING, ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION, VIN VERIFICATION, ETC.)
  • CONTINUE BELOW FOR MORE!
School Sports Team Sponsorships:
(20+ Years)
  • MONROVIA MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • MOORESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
  • SPEEDWAY HIGH SCHOOL & MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • SAINT CHRISTOPHER SCHOOL
  • RITTER HIGH SCHOOL
School & Graduation Activities:
  • LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL
  • PIKE HIGH SCHOOL
  • RITTER HIGH SCHOOL
  • SPEEDWAY HIGH SCHOOL
  • BEN DAVIS HIGH SCHOOL
    • WE DONATE TRUCKS FOR HOMECOMING AND PROM PARADES.
    • WE DONATE AND STAGE WRECKED VEHICLES ON CAMPUS TO WARN
      STUDENTS AGAINST THE RISKS OF DRUNK DRIVING.
    • WE GIVE LECTURES ON THE DANGERS OF DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS AND ALCOHOL FOR SCHOOL DANCES AND GRADATIONS.
    • WE TAKE PART IN SEVERAL PROM/HOMECOMING/GRADUATION “AWARENESS” PROGRAMS THAT TEACH STUDENTS TO NOT DRIVE DRUNK OR USE DRUGS.
Police & Fire Department
“Awareness” Programs
We’ve Partnered With:
  • IMPD CRASH INVESTIGATION
  • PIKE TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • WAYNE TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • LEBANON FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • ZIONSVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • INDIANAPOLIS FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • SPEEDWAY FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • DECATUR TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
Tips for Incorporating Heavy Towing Rescue Trucks:
  • VISIT LOCAL TOWING AND RECOVERY OPERATORS’ FACILITIES.
  • CAREFULLY INSPECT THE OPERATORS’ FLEET AND EQUIPMENT.
    LEARN THE CAPACITIES AND CAPABILITIES OF THEIR RESOURCES.
  • INVITE WRECKER OPERATORS TO OBSERVE YOUR VEHICLE RESCUE TRAINING SESSIONS.
  • PROVIDE THE NECESSARY MATERIALS (VIDEOS, BOOKS, ETC.) NEEDED FOR OPERATORS TO LEARN EVERYTHING ABOUT YOUR RESCUE TRAINING PROGRAM.
  • SCHEDULE AND COORDINATE JOINT TRAINING SESSIONS WITH TOWING OPERATORS.
  • LEARN ABOUT TOWING OPERATOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS.
  • INVITE TOWING OPERATORS TO YOUR “CRITIQUES OF PAST EMERGENCY RESCUES” MEETINGS.
  • ADVISE OPERATORS ABOUT ANY PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT THEY MAY NEED.
  • PROVIDE FIRST AID, BLOOD-BORNE PATHOGEN, CPR, AND FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING FOR TOW OPERATORS.
  • CREATE A WRITTEN AGREEMENT THAT CLEARLY SPECIFIES TOW TRUCK RESPONSE FOR RESCUES.
  • PROVIDE AN ALERT SYSTEM FOR TOW TRUCK OPERATORS, SUCH AS PAGERS.
Indiana Quick Clearance:
October 27, 2009
Tanker Explosion on 465 & I-69
Indiana Quick Clearance Coordinated Efforts Resulted in Successful Response:
"In one of the state’s heaviest-traveled corridors, what could have been mass confusion ended in a coordinated and successful handling of a serious crash. When the propane tanker exploded Oct. 22 at I-465 and I-69 on Indianapolis’ Northeast side, a number of organizations came together. These men and women worked immediately to identify the safest and most effective route for drivers and began investigating road and bridge damage. The response teams wasted no time in preparing for the daily commuters. This section of roadway sees approximately 150,000 vehicles each day, so time was critical. Whether at the scene or in offices coordinating communications, a number of people were planning and evaluating alternative routes, adjusting traffic signals and assessing the damage, and minimized the crisis that could have occurred. In addition to the Indiana Department of Transportation staff, those that did an outstanding job to create a safe environment include the Indiana State Police, fire departments from Lawrence Township, Indianapolis, Fishers and Lawrence, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Marion County Health Department, Indiana Department of Environmental Management, the state’s Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Salvation Army, federal highway administrators, Purdue University’s School of Engineering, Zore’s Wrecker Service Road safe, Indiana Sign and Barricade, Spill Recovery of Indiana, and other agencies and companies. To everyone who has worked so hard on this crash, thank you for the coordinated efforts that resulted in a job well done."


Michael W. Reed
Commissioner, Indiana Department of Transportation
Stakeholder Representation
Indiana Quick Clearance
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