Topics: NATSO Foundation

NATSO, Truckstop and Travel Plaza Operators Mourn the Loss of Carolyn Moon, an Industry Icon

The truckstop industry mourned the loss and re­membered the significant contribu­tions Carolyn Moon made to the industry, including serving as a co-founder of NATSO and supporting the NAT­SO Foundation. More

NATSO Foundation Invites Truckstops to Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition Meeting in Bismarck, N.D.

North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp will join the NATSO Foundation, Truckers Against Trafficking, the North Dakota Motor Carriers Association and ConocoPhillips Aug. 14 as they host a coalition meeting in Bismarck, N.D., aimed at coordinating ways to fight human trafficking within the state. More

ATRI’s Driver Diaries Give Real-World Perspective to Truck Parking Concerns Members Only Join or Login

To tap into first-hand accounts of professional truck drivers and gain insight into their daily parking needs, the American Transportation Research Institute launched its Truck Parking Diary project in March 2016, document­ing the experiences of drivers as they find safe, available truck parking. More

NATSO Foundation Partners With DHS Blue Campaign to Fight Human Trafficking

The NATSO Foundation has partnered with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking, marking the latest chapter in the NATSO Foundation’s multi-pronged anti-human trafficking initiative to fight human trafficking along America’s Interstate Highway System. More

Bill Moon Scholarship Continued Changing Lives

For Kelly Bolton, a cashier at Muralt’s Travel Plaza, her connection with the location started when she was buying a meal. More

Tom Heinz Honored With Hall of Fame Award

Tom Heinz, president and co-founder of Coffee Cup Fuel Stops, has a long history of supporting the truckstop and travel plaza industry, his employees and his community. More than 30 years ago, Heinz co-founded Coffee Cup Fuel Stops and has grown the business, which today has multiple locations in North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. He has been a member of NATSO for more than 20 years and has spent countless hours volunteering for both NATSO and The NATSO Foundation. More

NATSO Foundation Launches Park My Truck Mobile App

On Oct. 3, the NATSO Foundation launched the mobile app Park My Truck, a new highway safety initiative to help professional drivers find available truck parking. More

The Season of Giving

As we enter the Christmas season, I think we’re all filled with a spirit of giving. I know there are so many ways in which each of us, both personally and through our businesses, support those around us. Whether it is offering additional support to one of our employees who need it or giving to one of the many different national, regional or local philanthropic organizations, there are a number of ways to show we care. More

How Truckstops Can Help Fight Human Trafficking

Often described as modern-day slavery, human trafficking has been reported across all modes of transportation and in many legitimate businesses that unknowingly are used for this illicit activity. More

Fuel the Industry’s Image with your Good Works

Sir Winston Churchill often said, “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” During The NATSO Show, Cinnabon CEO Kat Cole suggested that when evaluating charities to support, we ask, ‘Are they small enough to do, but large enough to make a difference?’ More

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