Airport Towing began as a sole proprietorship in March of 1988. Mark and Lynette Storer purchased their first tow truck and began running calls out of their house. Within six months they located a storage lot in the Burien district of unincorporated King County. The lot was up for lease, so an office trailer was quickly purchased and the property was occupied. The storage lot was added to be eligible to perform services for Washing State Patrol and the King County Sheriff Office. Many updates were needed in order to meet the high standards of the local police agencies. The couple worked diligently to improve the company to state and local standards. As the company expanded, other police and government agency contracts became achievable. Airport Towing has since performed services for the Washington State Patrol, King County Sheriff’s Office, Tukwila Police, Port of Seattle Police, Normandy Park Police, Des Moines Police, Seattle Police Department, and the United States Postal Service.Storer Enterprises, Inc. decided to incorporate in 1996 and has continued to perform the highest quality of service in the industry since inception. The corporation now regularly performs services not only for local police agencies, but also provides private towing and emergency roadside services for the public including accident recoveries, rental car exchanges, vehicle unlocks, jumpstarts, tire changes, car auctions, private impounds, equipment transport, and many other specialty services in King County and throughout the Puget Sound area. As a fully licensed, bonded, and insured corporation, we pride ourselves on the high quality service we offer to our commercial accounts, private customers, government agencies, auto clubs, insurance companies, and other entities
Storer Enterprises Inc. currently employs twelve industry professionals and operates ten tow trucks out of two offices on a daily basis under the names Airport Towing, Burien Towing, SeaTac Towing, and Seahurst Towing. Mark and Lynette have always sought to be among the best in the industry. The company is a longstanding member of the Towing & Recovery Association of Washington, Towing & Recovery Association of America, National Federation of Independent Business, and the Better Business Bureau. All employees of Storer Enterprises are trained to hold customer service in the highest regard, providing the fastest, most efficient, and courteous service available in King County. The city of Burien remains the home of their primary office and Storer Enterprises has continued to support the Burien community, its’ businesses, and residents since its birth in 1988.
In The Community
What is Storer Enterprises doing in the community now?
■ Little League Sponsorship
PacWest Little League: Storer Enterprises has sponsored local little league every year since 1994.
■ Antique tow truck museum online
Storer Antique Tow Truck Museum: The tow truck museum began as a project to restore a 1925 Model TT and has since grown to include 12 classic trucks.
■ Highline school district sponsors
Highline Public Schools: Storer Enterprises continues to support Highline school sports and theatrical performances.
■ Fire Department training vehicle donations
City of Burien Fire Protection: We work closely with Burien and North Highline Fire Departments on a regular basis. Donating vehicles for extrication drills and community events is one way that we show our appreciation and desire to continue working together to benefit the community.
■ Worldwide Outreach:
Compassion International: We sponsor several children around the world to provide them with basic needs such as food, medications, and education.
World Concern: Our company financially supports communities in foreign countries who greatly benefit from simple resources, including wells for their village to provide them with clean drinking water, farm animals for food, and school supplies/infrastructure for education.
Teen Challenge: Having seen the impacts of substance addicted young people in our country become a terrible problem, our company has decided to sponsor drug and alcohol rehabilitation through a local, faith based organization.
World Vision: We are committed to assisting this local organization inside King County, which has come to the aid of thousands of people around the globe since the 1950′s.
Teacup Ministries: We support many small local non-profits including this women’s ministry.