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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

A&E Network’s Reality Series “Hustle and Tow” to Feature a Black-Owned Towing Company

On April 27th, the network will air back-to-back episodes putting a spotlight on the life and career of Early Walker, owner of W&W Towing in Chicago, and will also focus on his undying crusade against violence and poverty.

Early Walker, owner of W&W Towing on 'Hustle and Tow' A&E reality series

Photo credit: Taylor Glascock/for A+E

Chicago, IL — Early Walker, owner of W&W Towing, will be featured in an all-new Reality series called Hustle and Tow which is set to debut on April 20th, 2021, with back-to-back episodes. Episodes featuring Walker and his staff will be aired on April 27th @ 9pm central time.

Over a year ago the network contacted Walker after reviewing his impressive media profile within the Chicagoland area. Most notably was not only his extremely successful towing company but also his well-known philanthropy work through Cook County.

Walker views his team of drivers as essential workers and first responders. Often, he and his drivers are alone rescuing people who have veered off the highway or who have been involved in dangerous road accidents. W&W Towing is one of 8 companies throughout the United States that are featured. The series will give its viewers a close and in-depth look at the hard-core realities that tow drivers face daily.

“I am grateful, honored, and blessed to have been selected as one of eight towing companies to be highlighted in this series. It speaks to the incredible work that my staff performs every day. I hope that the public will have a greater appreciation for the tremendous sacrifices that tow drivers across the world are faced with,” says Walker.

Each episode of Hustle and Tow will focus on the hard-working men and women of W&W Towing and how they respond to the high volume of calls from recovering stolen cars, to handling contentious impounds, clearing big rig wrecks, rescuing families who have veered off the highway, and much more.

There is also an episode dedicated to Walker’s generosity and heartfelt compassion for women and children. His contributions have helped distraught families to have better holidays, improved housing, an abundance of groceries and transportation. Walker has been lauded and honored by many elected officials, civic leaders, and community organizations.

“The Chicago Metropolitan area is a better place to live because of Mr. Walker. His steadfast concern for people of color and poverty is second to none. There has never been a time that community leaders reached out to Early, and he did not respond. He has been our rock in these most challenging times. The A&E Network chose the right Towing Company to feature in this series,” says Bishop Larry D. Trotter of the Sweet Holy Spirit Church of Chicago.

Learn more about the show at www.aetv.com/shows/hustle-and-tow

Learn more about Early Walker and W&W Towing at WWTowing.com

For press inquiries, contact Sean Howard at 312-498-1371.