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January 25, 2013

National Interstate offers Trailways members benefit program

Program benefits, provided by National Interstate and its affiliate, Safety, Claims and Litigation Services LLC, include access to a variety of risk management tools and resources, including an exclusive online customer website, and accident event recorder technology.


July 26, 2012

ABA expands member discount program

Partnered with Fleet One, FirstLab, Sage Payment Solutions, and Digital Insurance for additional deals.


October 25, 2010

ABA, SSS announce member discount program

SSS offers secure data systems, compliance reporting and tracking tools, video and online training, a CSA 2010 tracking & analysis kit, educational tips, drug and alcohol testing services and other easy-to-use time-savers that cut overhead costs.


April 28, 2010

ABA to offer members discounts on HP products

ABA members get special pricing and significant discounts on a wide range of HP business products they use every day, including printers, notebooks, PCs, domestic shipping services, Internet servers and more.


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