Lizard Lick Towing owner seeks to use fame to help others

Posted November 19, 2014

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— The owner of Lizard Lick Towing, the popular cable show about a Wendell towing company and their adventures repossessing cars, is an ordained minister who seeks to use his notoriety to help troubled teenagers.


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  • Erica Konopka Nov 25, 2014
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    Ha! Thank you! The image wasn't loading as a video when I first came. Glad I came back!

  • NiceNSmooth Nov 24, 2014

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    Yeah well if I hadnt seen this article I would never have known he is a minister I have seen him on two occasions stomp onto the football field and fuss his son's coaches out because he didnt get his way!!! He threatend to start his own team that would "stomp on their explative"

    I have also seen him at the local Wal-mart and when kids started to gather he was as mean as could be to them and walked away. Yeah no longer a fan!!!

  • Gork Nov 21, 2014

    Great ambassadors for North Carolina culture...

  • SAY 'WHAT" ONE MORE TIME! Nov 21, 2014

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    Nope, the tarheel traveler is video articles, typically with a one or two sentence lead in

  • Erica Konopka Nov 20, 2014
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    Was this news article really ONE sentence long or is my page not loading completely?

  • Angie Cox Nov 20, 2014
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    jackaroe123 - it doesn't matter what he was doing there. if a kid ask you for a pic and you are a celebrity then take a pic. you just don't understand how that could have changed the sister's life and put a smile on her face. for me, I have never watched this show and I never will support it or watch it for sure now!

  • jackaroe123 Nov 20, 2014

    Was he doing something promotional at the fair, or was he spending time w/ his family?

    Ronnie is a good man. He was a troubled teen himself (with the same haircut even!), as he'll be quick to share, so he has an understanding and empathy that comes from being there.

  • Angie Cox Nov 20, 2014
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    hmmm that's really odd. We saw him at the fair and the teenager I was with just moved to NC because her Dad passed away. All she wanted was a picture with him to show her sister who loves the show and that sister didn't get to move here after the father's death and he said no.