The Crouch Recovery Company is one of the fastest growing recovery operators in Europe. It was established in 1948, in Kibworth Harcourt, Leicestershire, by George (known as Old Jack) and Mary Jane Crouch. These two women began by offering an unrivalled vehicle recovery service, which was highly popular in the area. As time went on, the Crouchs’ business continued to grow steadily and their son David joined the company in the 1970s. David took an active interest in the recovery side of the business, which resulted in the development of the company.
After a brief stint at Villa, Crouch was loaned to Norwich City. Then, he moved to Southampton, where he regained his form. In July 2005, Liverpool signed him. He scored 14 goals in his first season, and won the Player of the Year award. In 2012, his net worth surpassed $10 million. However, the injury did not make him a wealthy man. Instead, Crouch’s recovery net worth is expected to rise.
In addition to offering heavy recovery services, Crouch Recovery has expanded its fleet. The company’s 70-strong fleet required a permanent vehicle lifting facility to keep up with its growing needs. To provide this service, the company needed to add an extra-large crane to their workshop. Totalkare provided a Y-MECH Lift that features a 35,000-kg lifting capacity, a 13-metre platform, and extra long approach ramps. It also includes a jacking beam.
Crouch was born in Seattle, Washington, USA. In December 2011, he joined Twitter and began posting regularly to Vine. Since June 2, 2013, he has racked up more than 10,000 Vine followers. He has also contributed to the comic site MudSlaps as an author. Although his past relationship with other people was not public, he has earned his share of money through the success of his Vine career.