Topics: NATSO CONNECT 2019

NATSO President and CEO Discusses Truck Parking

NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings yesterday sent an email to NATSO members regarding several blog and other online publications that reported on brief comments she made about truck parking during a panel discussion at NATSO Connect. More

Regulatory, Legislative Decisions Shape Truckstop Operators’ Future

Government decisions are shaping the way truckstop and travel plaza operators will do business in the future, and operators and vendors need to work together to advance the industry’s shared advocacy goals. During a government affairs town hall meeting at NATSO Connect, David Fialkov, NATSO vice president of government relations and legislative and regulatory counsel, provided an inside-the-beltway scoop on some of the biggest government affairs issues facing the industry today. More

NATSO Connect Keynote Explores Changes Going on Throughout the Retail Marketplace

There is tremendous change going on throughout the retail marketplace, and no retailer will be exempt from its effects. As a result, retail channels must find an appropriate value proposition for their customers to remain successful, according to Michael Sansolo, research director for two of the Coca-Cola Research Councils. More

Logo Droppers Gives Away Custom Guitar at NATSO Connect 2018

On March 6th Logo Droppers delivered a custom guitar to the Busy Bee chain of convenience stores and truck stop based in Florida. Elizabeth Waring, president of Busy Bee, won the custom guitar as part of a give away at NATSO Connect, which ran Feb. 10-13. More

Maximizing the Path to Purchase at Your Truckstop with Beverages Members Only Join or Login

Beverages are big business for the nation’s truckstops and travel plazas. During NATSO Connect, Stephanie Kowitz, senior manager of shopper Insights for The Coca-Cola Co., said beverages are the No. 1 reason for a trip to the store and account for more than one in four trips. More

Highlights from NATSO Connect 2018

At NATSO Connect 2018, hundreds of innovative, senior-level truckstop operators and industry partners came together to connect. For two-and-a-half days, this collaborative group More

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