MEET ARROW WRECKER
In 1962, Al Muzny started our company with a single wrecker and a small Texaco gas station.
With a handful of employees, he worked hard and forged strong bonds with customers through mutual respect and by consistently exceeding their expectations.
We learned early on that meeting the expectations of our customers would be the key to our success. We developed quality service, reasonable prices, and prompt pickup and delivery of towed vehicles.
In 1969, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission issued its first tow truck license to Al Muzny: Certificate No. 0001.
Twenty years later, we reached a significant milestone in our history by being awarded a contract with the City if Oklahoma City for towing operations in the Northwest quadrant.
At that time, we moved the offices and yard to its present location on North Villa. We have expanded the yard several times since then and can now accommodate more cars than any other towing company in the area.
Over the years, Arrow Wrecker has given back to the community.
We have contributed money, time and services to the Mark Twain Elementary School, Westlawn Gardens, PTA, Putnam City School system, and numerous charities.
We have joined the Putnam City High School S.A.D.D. organization and display several severely wrecked vehicles in an attempt to discourage students from drinking and driving.
More than 40 years have passed since our humble beginnings in 1962.
- With over 30 tow trucks and over 40 employees, Arrow Wrecker offers a complete line of towing solutions to individuals, large commercial accounts, the City of Oklahoma City, the State of Oklahoma, and the Federal Government.
- With the largest secured storage facility in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, Arrow Wrecker is also able to store vehicles inside a secured facility for police impound and seizures.
Arrow is the only wrecker service in the area to host the U.S. Marshal auctions.
As we continue to grow into the 21st Century, we do so with the deep appreciation of our employees and our many valued customers