Topics: Truckstop Business

NATSO Presents at AHLA's 'No Room for Trafficking' Summit

NATSO Presents at AHLA's 'No Room for Trafficking' Summit

NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings discussed the anti-human trafficking initiative built by the NATSO Foundation over the past decade at a "No Room for Trafficking Summit" held by the American Hotel and Lodging Association on July 11. More

Jack Cardwell Changed the Face of the Truckstop Industry, Encouraged Future Leaders

Jack Cardwell Changed the Face of the Truckstop Industry, Encouraged Future Leaders

NATSO's magazine looks at the legacy of Jack Cardwell, truckstop industry pioneer. Cardwell is credited with developing one of the first truckstop chains and establishing the modern-day model for a truckstop. More

TravelCenters of America Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

TravelCenters of America Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

Company founder Phil Saunders and Jon Pertchik, managing director and chief executive officer of TravelCenters of America, joined NATSO's podcast to share about Saunders' original vision and what the next 50 years will look like for TravelCenters of America Inc. More

Get Active with NATSO and the NATSO Foundation on NATSO’s Council of Experts

Get Active with NATSO and the NATSO Foundation on NATSO’s Council of Experts

Designed for today’s busy executive, the Council of Experts allows volunteers to opt-in to short-term opportunities as they arise throughout the year, selecting those that are the best match for their schedules and expertise. More

Solar Panels Can Help Travel Center Operators Cut Energy Costs [Podcast]

Solar Panels Can Help Travel Center Operators Cut Energy Costs [Podcast]

Power Shingle joined NATSO's podcast to walk listeners through the how, why and where of installing solar panels. More

3B’s Truck & Auto Plaza Embraces Technology and New Food Options During Remodel [Podcast]

3B’s Truck & Auto Plaza Embraces Technology and New Food Options During Remodel [Podcast]

When remodeling the 3B’s Truck & Auto Plaza location in Lodi, California, owner Ben Khatirine focused on technology, labor and food decisions that would improve customers’ experiences and take the location into the future. More

Solar, Lighting Solutions Help Travel Center Operators Cut Energy Costs

Solar, Lighting Solutions Help Travel Center Operators Cut Energy Costs

With rising costs and more stringent building codes, managing energy savings has become more important than ever and can help truckstop and travel center operators remain competitive. Plus, in many states, there are grants, subsidies and rebates available to make energy-saving solutions affordable. More

You Don’t Want To Miss All the Experiences at Racine Petro [Podcast]

You Don’t Want To Miss All the Experiences at Racine Petro [Podcast]

From the food trolley to the outdoor patio, Racine Petro is full of experiential elements that welcome and delight travelers. Michael Willkomm, co-owner and president of Willkomm Companies, walks podcast listeners through the vision the Willkomm family has poured into the stop. More

Travel Center Customer Expectations at Checkout Have Changed

Travel Center Customer Expectations at Checkout Have Changed

Improving checkout speed shortens lines and directly results in more sales. Given that the pandemic makes customers even more weary of lines, and the labor shortage has increased the time it normally takes to checkout, the use of kiosk ordering and self-check-out lanes has become a must-have for retailers. More

Automated Retail: What Is It and How Will It Impact Truckstops? [Podcast]

Automated Retail: What Is It and How Will It Impact Truckstops? [Podcast]

Automated retail is the process of using technology to sell goods and services in a fast and efficient way with low to zero human interaction. In this episode of NATSO's podcast, Darren Schulte, NATSO's vice president, membership, delivers his take on automated retail for truckstops, offering specific ideas on where it will work and not work. More

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