Operators Weigh Costs and Benefits of Natural Gas Infrastructure Investments

Motor carriers nationwide are beginning to run natural gas vehicles in small quantities and many say the fuel holds promise for over-the-road trucking. However, for truckstop and travel plaza operators, knowing when or if to invest in natural gas infrastructure can be difficult. “It is the chicken and the egg theory. You have to get Read more about Operators Weigh Costs and Benefits of Natural Gas Infrastructure Investments[…]

Truckstop ADA Case Study

Dispelling myths about the American Disabilities Act is a top priority for Bradley Gaskins, chief operating officer of The McIntosh Group. Gaskins is an architect and an ADA expert. He has experience with over 2,500 projects in 23 years and his clients include some of the largest c-store and restaurant chains in the county. Gaskins is bringing his Read more about Truckstop ADA Case Study[…]

Four Tips for First Timers

Venturing into a room full of strangers can be intimidating, but members of NATSO’s Future Leaders Program shared these tips for first-time attendees. Take Advantage of Opportunities to Meet New People Whether it is saying hello to a stranger on the show floor or striking up a conversation with the person next to you at Read more about Four Tips for First Timers[…]

Two Weeks Remain to Register at the Early-Bird Discount Rate

The NATSO Show magazine was created to offer exclusive interviews, great ideas, location highlights and TIPS for how to best take advantage of The NATSO Show. Sometimes the tips are more complex, like these tips for first timers and these tips for how to get to and around Savannah. This month’s tip is simple though—register by Friday, December Read more about Two Weeks Remain to Register at the Early-Bird Discount Rate[…]

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Future of Fuel Presentation

In February the National Petroleum Council will present its findings from a two-year study on the future of fuels publicly for the first time at The NATSO Show. During the presentation, attendees will be able to sit back and take in the wealth of information the session is sure to provide, but what does it Read more about A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Future of Fuel Presentation[…]

Savannah Fun Facts

Savannah was founded in 1733 by General James Edward Oglethorpe, who had sailed here from England. Savannah is called ‘America’s First Planned City’ because Oglethorpe carefully organized the town into grids, with wide streets and 24 public squares. 21 of these squares were carefully preserved throughout the years and still exist today. Girl Scout founder Read more about Savannah Fun Facts[…]