Advisory Council Members Weigh In On Their Must-Attend Sessions

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While members of The NATSO Show 2013 Advisory Council are undoubtedly interested in all of the educational sessions at the conference, many of them have chosen their must-attend session. Hear in their own words what session several of the council members are most looking forward to in February.

“I am interested in all the topics, they all sound very good, but I am very excited to hear from Bob Costello at noon on Monday and his ideas to “Plan for Tomorrow’s Economy.”  I have listened to Bob Costello before many times, he is very good and his knowledge of the industry is excellent. I am interested to hear Mr. Costello’s insight to the future of the trucking industry. I know he will touch on the factors that will influence the trucking industry, the industry that we depend on everyday.”
– Darrin Flitton, Sinclair Oil Corporation

“I am looking forward to the “What’s Ahead for Travel Plaza and Truckstops?”  seminar. A travel center operator is faced with so many decisions and none more important than what types of fuel or fuel related products we will be selling in the future. The cost to implement natural gas and DEF are very significant and one must have every bit of knowledge available to them to make sure they are making the right decisions at the right time! By attending The NATSO show I will have the opportunity to not only ask my questions to industry experts but also listen and discuss what fellow operator’s thoughts and ideas are. I believe that the NATSO show is one of the best opportunities to stay informed of issues vital to our industry.”
– Don Quinn, Sapp Bros Travel Centers Inc.

“I am most looking forward to attend Bob Costello’s session on “Tomorrow’s Economy.”  Bob provides great insight into the state of the economy and how it will impact our industry.  I have enjoyed his sessions over the years and look forward to what he has to say about 2013 and beyond.”
– Michael Stuewe, TravelCenters of America

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