NATSO Fights Rest Area Commercialization

NATSO, a national trade association representing travel plaza and truckstop owners is warning Arizona of the dangers of rest area commercialization. Lisa Mullings, the president and CEO of NATSO told Arizona Director of Transportation John Halikowski that adding commercial services to rest areas would allow states to monopolize Interstate business, hurting established commercial enterprises operating at

Take TV on the Road

Retailers and truckstop operators looking to boost sales of high-end merchandise should go with the flo—FLO TV that is. FLO TV Personal Television currently comes with a free six-month service. After that period, subscription service starts as low as the equivalent of $8.99 per month. The device has a 3.5-inch diagonal screen and measures 4.4

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