Motorcoach

Travel center chain offers rewards card for motorcoach drivers

Posted on July 28, 2010

TravelCenters of America LLC announced the launch of its new UltraOne Coach Rewards card, which enables motorcoach professionals to earn and redeem points at more than 230 TA and Petro Stopping Centers branded sites for maximum ability to earn benefits.

The new UltraOne program will provide drivers with:

  • Non expiring points for all members.
  • Year-end savings points bonus.
  • Free meals, beverages and PMs.
  • Enhanced birthday benefits.

TA is a full-service national travel center chain in the U.S., with 165 locations serving hundreds of thousands of professional drivers and other highway travelers each month - including virtually all major trucking fleets.

"We designed UltraOne around very frank and open discussions with our customers. They had a significant imprint on the design, and as a result, UltraOne provides drivers with more ways to earn, save, and be rewarded for their loyalty to both of our premier full service brands," said Tom O'Brien, president/CEO of TravelCenters of America.

TA and Petro offers customers diesel and gasoline fueling services, full and quick-service restaurants, heavy truck maintenance services, 24-hour convenience stores, electronic communication (Wi-Fi) and other services — all within large, high traffic facilities.

 

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