Win a $5,000 Vacation at MATS.

We are so excited to finally present our app and website at MATS booth #74196 but we just got more excited because we’ve been working hard and need a vacation. Yokahama Tire is giving away a $5,000 vacation giveaway at booth #14124! The winner will be announced Saturday March 28th.

Each day they will be giving away iPad Airs. To enter take a selfie and send it to their Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #IamYokohama. For guaranteed goody bags come to our booth #74196 to get some truck shaped stress balls, koozies, beer openers, pens and more!!! Also trust me guys, you’re gonna check out the kick ass app we just developed for you guys.

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Which “Ice Road Tuckers” Star is Coming to MATS!? Find out here

Double Coin and CMA (a tire manufacturer) is bring Alex Debogorski to MATS March 26-28! Debogorski will be signing autographs from 2-5pm on Thursday and Friday (3/26+3/27) and from 1-3pm on Saturday (3/28) at booth #18068. Besides being on the History Channel reality show, Debogorski is a journalist, blogger, and author of the best selling book “King of the Road” will also be at MATS at booth 74196, where we will be giving out free stuff and giving sneak peaks on our awesome product!

Here’s a little preview ABOUT US!

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Pilot Flying J Undisclosed Settlements Ordered To Be Disclosed

On Settlement

Three Trucking Companies have agreed to undisclosed settlements after Pilot Flying J cheated companies out of fuel rebates. Judge Thaper ordered the settlements be disclosed, “if the parties cannot consummate the settlement by Friday, April 10, 2015, then any party may move to restore the case to the Court’s calendar.” This still leaves 4 trucking companies continuing their civil lawsuit.

Past Effects of Charges

-Pilot Flying J paid the government $92 million to protect the company from criminal prosecution. This however did not protect individuals from being prosecuted.

-10 Pilot executives have entered plea bargain agreements to cooperate with the investigation.

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