Topics: Highway Business Matters

Fast- and Fast-Casual Restaurants Sales Continue to Grow

Limited-service restaurants are the driving force behind the commercial foodservice industry, and account for more than half of total industry sales despite their low check averages in comparison to full-service restaurants. More

Four Places to Network at The NATSO Show 2013

The opportunities to connect with attendees extend well beyond the show floor at The NATSO Show 2013. More

Shoppers Continue to Make Impulse Buys

Impulse purchases are alive and well among consumers. More

Consumers Adhere to Three Meals Daily But Snack Often

By offering the right mini-meals and snacks, truckstop and travel plaza operators and industry suppliers can tap into this trend and boost sales. More

A Day in the Life of a Truckstop Operator: Tristen Griffith

Emails, phone calls, employees, guests, vendors, spreadsheets and financials are always a continuous work in progress. More

Truckstops Prepare for Driver Appreciation Week

The trucking industry, truckstops and travel plazas and communities nationwide will join together Sept. 16 to 22 to honor America’s truckers during national Driver Appreciation Week. More

Converse with Your Customers Via Social Media

NATSO's Facebook page is another tool for connecting with travel plaza and truckstops. NATSO's twitter feed is a great resource for the latest industry news. More

Increasing Female Customers can Boost Sales for Truckstop Operators and Their Suppliers

By promoting offerings that appeal to women, truckstop operators and their suppliers can boost overall sales among that demographic. More

The Average Truckstops Offers Food, Fuel and More

In The Trucker’s Friend, de Vos lists 6,000 locations professional drivers can stop. “About 3,500 are just a convenience store with a pump. They are places that truckers fuel sometimes, but they don’t have any showers or parking,” he said. More

Travel Channel Provides Unique Look at Life Within a Truckstop

Industry suppliers who would like to get an around-the-clock inside look at life within a truckstop can tune in and watch Truckstop USA on the Travel Channel. The reality show features NATSO member Midway Truck Stop, which is located halfway between Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo. The location boasts more than a dozen different businesses on 200 acres and is an oasis for highway travelers and locals alike. More

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