NATSN (North American Truck Stop Network)
by Marsha Bird
I noticed that you list AmBest truck stops as a chain and wondered why my group of independent locations are not listed. Please visit our website at www.natsn.com for more information but we have been around since November of 1988 and started our driver loyalty program, NATSN VIP in July, 1995. With our program, the driver receives points and everytime his/her card is swiped, they have a chance to win CA$H. We give away $17,500 each and every month in increments of $20, $50, $100 (Instant Cash) and we have 22 Grand Prize Winners each month that win either $250 or $500. Plus at each 2500-point level, we issue a $10 gift certificate that the driver can save or use instantly. These gift certificates have a two-year expiration.
We hope that you will add our truck stop group to your website and review them as well as we are the only group that has coverage in Canada (The Husky Truck Stops). Some of our larger truckstops include Seven Feathers in Canyonville, OR; Lee-Hi T/Plz in Lexington, VA; Stamart #5 in Fargo, ND. WE have the Choctaw Nation of truck stops in Oklahoma, the Oneida Tribe in Wisconsin; the Campo tribe in San Diego, CA and of course the Seven Feathers is the Umpaqua Tribe.
Your consideration is appreciated as I really like your website and hope to see some NATSN information pop up someday soon.
Response from Vicki:
Thank you for bringing your North American Truck Stop Network to our attention.
We are delighted to add it as an option on our truck stop page and also provide a link to the website on our diesel fuel prices page (the page on our website where links to truck stop chains are listed).
Whenever you have saving opportunities at any of the truck stops in your network (individually or collectively), please feel free to submit them to us on our Truckers Savings News page.
We are most eager to provide real saving opportunities to today's professional truck drivers. So, please keep in touch.
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