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NATSO Blog: August 2013

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How to Boost Holiday Season Sales at Your Truckstop

Posted in: Truckstop Business, Marketing & Retail

Even as we enjoy the heat of summer, it’s time to plan for hot seasonal sales on cold winter days. When devising a holiday season promotional plan it’s important to consider your customer segments, their key demographics, and what needs they have on this seasonal travel occasion. With these considerations in mind, seasonal promotions will result in higher quantity, more profitable sales.

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What You Missed in the Biz Brief This Week: August 28, 2013

Posted in: Industry Trends & News

In today’s information-overloaded business world, we often find ourselves deluged with literally hundreds of news items from dozens of sources. While it is likely impossible to read every article and remain productive, by not doing so we risk missing the one article that could change a key business practice or thought process. And that is where the NATSO Foundation’s newest publication, Biz Brief, provides assistance! The NATSO Foundation's Biz Brief is a daily collection of the most relevant business intelligence for truckstop and travel plaza operators.

While we think the Biz Brief is a must-read every day, if you only read ten news articles this week, these ten most-clicked Biz Brief articles are the ten to read.

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{NATSO News Weekly} August 26, 2013

Posted in: Our Legislative and Regulatory Issues

N.C. Bill Strengthens Tolling Prohibition and more...

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12 Holiday Shrink Control Hints for Your Truckstop

Posted in: Great Ideas, Truckstop Business, Darren's Great Ideas for Independent Operators

With many of our operators within the industry reporting flat to declining diesel and gasoline gallon sales, it is as important as ever to ensure that your 4th quarter retail and food service plan is a robust and well thought out action plan.

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What You Missed in the Biz Brief This Week: August 21, 2013

Posted in: Industry Trends & News

In today’s information-overloaded business world, we often find ourselves deluged with literally hundreds of news items from dozens of sources. While it is likely impossible to read every article and remain productive, by not doing so we risk missing the one article that could change a key business practice or thought process. And that is where the NATSO Foundation’s newest publication, Biz Brief, provides assistance! The NATSO Foundation's Biz Brief is a daily collection of the most relevant business intelligence for truckstop and travel plaza operators.

While we think the Biz Brief is a must-read every day, if you only read ten news articles this week, these ten most-clicked Biz Brief articles are the ten to read.

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{NATSO News Weekly} August 19, 2013

Posted in: Our Legislative and Regulatory Issues

McLane Index: Healthy Snacks Boost Sales and more...

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The NATSO Show Magazine: August Issue

Posted in: The NATSO Show

The August issue of The NATSO Show magazine is out! For two and half days, the industry gathers to find knowledge, solutions and connections at The NATSO Show. Just like The NATSO Show, The NATSO Show Magazine is your source for solutions to improve your travel plaza business operations and for information on trends affecting the industry to help you make future-focused business decisions.

Each month The NATSO Show magazine brings you exclusive interviews, great ideas, location highlights and tips for how best to take advantage of The NATSO Show.

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How to Protect Your Truckstop Against Thousands of Dollars in Check Fraud

Posted in: Truckstop Business, Marketing & Retail

This week, the FBI arrested a man for stealing at least $100,000 from truckstops with fraudulent EFS TransChecks. Suspects often use a scam that has been around for years. The good news? You can stop it from happening to you.

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Truckstop Training: Eleven Steps To Avoid Cash Over And Short Tills

Posted in: Truckstop Business, Human Resources

Cashiers should ensure that they are starting with the correct amount of cash in their tills. Accidents happen and the person who gave them their starting money may have miscounted. By ensuring they’re starting with the proper funds, cashiers will minimize any discrepancies they may have at the end of a shift.

They should also follow these eleven steps to avoid cash over and short tills.

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What You Missed in the Biz Brief This Week: August 14, 2013

Posted in: Industry Trends & News

In today’s information-overloaded business world, we often find ourselves deluged with literally hundreds of news items from dozens of sources. While it is likely impossible to read every article and remain productive, by not doing so we risk missing the one article that could change a key business practice or thought process. And that is where the NATSO Foundation’s newest publication, Biz Brief, provides assistance! The NATSO Foundation's Biz Brief is a daily collection of the most relevant business intelligence for truckstop and travel plaza operators.

While we think the Biz Brief is a must-read every day, if you only read ten news articles this week, these ten most-clicked Biz Brief articles are the ten to read.

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