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Boost Sales and Reward Customers with Loyalty Programs at Your Truckstop

May 1, 2018

Boost Sales and Reward Customers with Loyalty Programs at Your Truckstop

Repeat customers are extremely valuable to businesses, and when done right, loyalty programs can draw in shoppers while also boosting sales for the location. That creates a win/win situation for customers as well as the businesses they frequent.

A Fresh Look And Unique Offerings Bring In Customers At Frog City

March 1, 2018

A Fresh Look And Unique Offerings Bring In Customers At Frog City

Frog City Travel Plaza in Rayne, Louisiana, is a favorite destination stop for truckers, travelers and locals, and it is drawing them in with multiple food offerings, unique items and its local flair. Grego Barro, owner and operator of the location, is keeping Frog City fresh and beautiful with a recent c-store renovation and new gas pumps, and he focuses on customer service.

Flags and Family at Ports to Plains

August 31, 2016

Flags and Family at Ports to Plains

If you drove up to Ports to Plains truckstop, located in Lamar, Colorado, the first thing you’d probably notice is their big American flag. “We have a 20-foot by 30-foot American flag out front and a dozen American flags around the facility,” said owner Jim Miller.

AMBEST Asks Operators to Support the Wounded Warrior Project

September 22, 2014

AMBEST Asks Operators to Support the Wounded Warrior Project

AMBEST is supporting the Wounded Warrior Project, which empowers and assists members of the military, and is encouraging others to participate by “buying a brick” to help build a road to recovery for veterans.

Childers Oil Company Delivers Bottled Water to Hurricane Sandy Victims

December 3, 2012

Childers Oil Company Delivers Bottled Water to Hurricane Sandy Victims

Childers Oil Company with assistance from Lucas Oil, AMBEST, Inc. and The Salvation Army, delivered two tractor-trailer loads of bottled water to Hurricane Sandy victims recently.

Shop Repair In a CSA 2010 World

January 1, 2011

Shop Repair In a CSA 2010 World

The nationwide rollout of Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 is underway, and it is changing the way fleets approach their maintenance. Under the new government-mandated system, violations found at roadside that didn’t accrue points in the past will count. As a result, it is likely that carriers will no longer wait until a truck returns to its terminal to take care of maintenance, which will boost over-the-road repairs.