South Beach Tow's Christie Ashenoff on Tonight's Premiere, Producer Jennifer Lopez, and How To Avoid Getting Towed
I can't give too much away, of course. But I'll tell you that I have talked to the producers, and it seems every week, we are leaving viewers with a cliffhanger. You'll see family, friends, love, hate, fighting, car towing, and everything in-between.
Your show is one of the highest rated on the network. What has been the best part of fame?
I would say being able to spread awareness of charities that I feel very strongly about out on my Facebook or Twitter. One of my good friends owns Cheeseburger Baby on South Beach, and every year they do a Breast Cancer event called "Burgers for Boobs" to raise money for Susan G. Komen. Many of my fans come out to say hi and unknowingly support a great cause.
What has been the worst?
While I get a lot of love for fans, of course there are people that hate me. That is OK -- I mean, I can be a bitch. Then there is also having people I haven't spoken to in years act as if we are the best of friends. Attending middle school together doesn't mean you get your car back from me for free.
What's your advice for not getting your car towed on the beach?
It's simple: Watch for signs! If the lot you are parking in says "Tow Away Zone," don't take it lightly. That sign is there for a reason. Also, pay your parking tickets. If you have too many, we will get a call to tow you. And if, God forbid, you do get towed, don't be an asshole when you arrive at Tremont Towing. If you remain calm, I will always do my best to help you out. Always.
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