NATSO, IFA Partner to Share Truck Stop Food Options

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Truck stop/travel plaza association NATSO has partnered with the International Franchise Association (IFA) to offer truck drivers up-to-date information about food options at truck stops and travel plazas across the country.

“NATSO and its members are committed to ensuring that the heroic truck drivers serving America during this national pandemic have access to as many food options as possible,” said NATSO President and CEO Lisa Mullings.

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, truck stops have changed the way they do business, most closing their dine-in operations and only offering take-out or curbside delivery. While many have committed to remaining open 24 hours a day, they do so under the guidance of state, local, and federal governments.

“America’s truckers are keeping our economy moving during COVID-19, and we’re excited to partner with NATSO to increase their access to meals while on the road,” said Robert Cresanti, IFA President and CEO.

You can find more information at NATSO and IFA websites, as well as a listing of the travel centers currently open throughout the U.S.

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