Travel Plaza Operators, Suppliers Support the Industry Through Annual Golf Tournament

Truckstop and travel plaza operators and industry suppliers joined together to support The NATSO Foundation at the NATSO Foundation Golf Tournament held during The NATSO Show. More than 65 golfers took part in the event, which raised funds to support safety initiatives, such as Amber Alerts distributed in conjunction with the National Center for Missing Read more about Travel Plaza Operators, Suppliers Support the Industry Through Annual Golf Tournament[…]

Find and Execute Your Next Great Idea

By Mindy Long Where will your next idea come from? During the Great Ideas! Session at The NATSO Show 2013, operators collaborated with each other and find the inspiration that they hope will lead to new solutions, but turning ideas in to action isn’t always easy. For those operators that took part in the session Read more about Find and Execute Your Next Great Idea[…]

Before You Go: Pre-Show Trips

The NATSO Show is practically here and we are looking forward to seeing you in Savannah. To help improve your show experience, we’ve collected a few quick tips to make your time before and during the show even more enjoyable. Welcome and Registration Attendees should visit the NATSO registration area in the River Concourse outside Read more about Before You Go: Pre-Show Trips[…]

Vendors: Increase Your Media Coverage with These Five Tips

The NATSO Show is right around the corner, and an industry event is the perfect time for exhibitors and sponsors of The NATSO Show to highlight their products and services. NATSO has created a targeted media list you can use to spread your message. To increase your odds of free ink, follow these five tips. Share Read more about Vendors: Increase Your Media Coverage with These Five Tips[…]

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[…]

Make Your Travel Plans for Savannah Now

  Whether you’re coming by airplane, a car, the train or even the bus, getting to Savannah is easy. Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport has 14 non-stop destinations and about 44 daily flights in and out of Savannah. Airlines servicing the airport include American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, United Express, US Airways and Vision Airlines. Read more about Make Your Travel Plans for Savannah Now[…]