Topics: Truckstop Business

NATSO Foundation Podcast Explores Opportunities at Travel Centers To Grow Wallet Share From Professional Drivers

NATSO Foundation Podcast Explores Opportunities at Travel Centers To Grow Wallet Share From Professional Drivers

To help operators understand recent research on professional drivers and what it means for the industry, the NATSO Foundation created the Opportunities Abound at Travel Centers to Serve Professional Drivers and Grow Wallet Share Toolkit. Christine Schoessler, COO of NATSO and Amy Toner, Executive Director of the NATSO Foundation, discuss the survey results on the foundation's podcast. More

Technology and Data Needed for Travel Centers to Thrive with PDI Technologies

Technology and Data Needed for Travel Centers to Thrive with PDI Technologies

Bethany Allee, head of marketing and education at PDI Technologies, joined the NATSO Foundation's podcast to talk about convenience and fuel technology. Together with NATSO Foundation Executive Director Amy Toner, they explore inventory technology, automation, loyalty and much more. More

Key Findings in New Study of Professional Driver Behavior at Truck Stops and Travel Centers

Key Findings in New Study of Professional Driver Behavior at Truck Stops and Travel Centers

Gather the key findings on how often professional drivers fuel, rest and shop at travel centers during their work week, what brings them inside and their expectations around wait times, employee interaction, and food and loyalty preferences. More

New Toolkit: Opportunities Abound at Travel Centers to Serve Professional Drivers and Grow Wallet Share

New Toolkit: Opportunities Abound at Travel Centers to Serve Professional Drivers and Grow Wallet Share

A new toolkit from the NATSO Foundation looks at how often professional drivers fuel, rest and shop at travel centers during their work week, what brings them inside and their expectations around wait times, employee interaction, and food and loyalty preferences. More

Get to Know NATSO Member Isaiah Britt of Donna’s Truck Stop

Get to Know NATSO Member Isaiah Britt of Donna’s Truck Stop

Isaiah Britt’s job title at Donna’s Truck Stop is merchandising manager, but he is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades at the Marysville, Washington, location. “I also am the stock maintenance supervisor. I run the tills. I do fuel inspections, and I have an underground storage tank license, so I service the dispensers once a month. I also run security,” he said. More

Travel Center Critical Considerations for Your Next Point-of-Sale (POS) Investment

Travel Center Critical Considerations for Your Next Point-of-Sale (POS) Investment

Different technology boasts different features, and there are several factors travel center operators should consider when determining which point-of-sale (POS) system to use. More

Three Reasons Travel Centers are Turning to Digital Shelf Labels

Three Reasons Travel Centers are Turning to Digital Shelf Labels

Digital shelf labels, also called electronic shelf labels, are helping retailers streamline labor, manage promotions and optimize pricing. Here are three ways travel centers can benefit from digital shelf labels. More

Great Ideas Abound at NATSO Members' Travel Centers

Great Ideas Abound at NATSO Members' Travel Centers

NATSO members’ locations are bursting with great ideas inside, outside and even in the restrooms. Here are four great ideas we’ve gathered from NATSO members. More

Davy Crockett TA Travel Center Dazzles

Davy Crockett TA Travel Center Dazzles

Opened in 1976, Davy Crockett TA Travel Center is a family-owned business located in Greeneville, Tennessee. The location has 300 parking spots and eight diesel and eight gas lanes. Take a visual tour to see some of the best practices at Davy Crockett TA Travel Center. More

Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Kitchen Innovation are Automating Tasks and Maximizing Labor for Travel Centers

Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Kitchen Innovation are Automating Tasks and Maximizing Labor for Travel Centers

Automation and digitization are changing nearly every industry, including truckstops, travel plazas and convenience stores. New technology is helping companies automate tasks and re-direct labor to responsibilities that directly benefit customers. More

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