NextTruck Expands Distribution to Flying J

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NextTruck, the nation’s premier source for buyers and sellers of semi trucks and trailers, has expanded its circulation outlets to include Flying J Travel Plazas. In addition to the recently added Flying J locations, other pick-up locations for NextTruck include select Pilot Travel Centers and Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores.

NextTruck, the nation’s premier source for buyers and sellers of semi trucks and trailers, has expanded its circulation outlets to include Flying J Travel Plazas. The move resulted in NextTruck adding over 160 new distribution points across the country.

“We’re very pleased to be associated with, and available at, some of the best-known, most reputable brands in the travel center industry,” said Amy Looper, NextTruck’s general manager.

The magazine is distributed to over 750 premier and independent truck stops throughout the continental United States. In addition to the recently added Flying J locations, other pick-up locations for NextTruck include select Pilot Travel Centers and Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores.

“This excellent network of truck stops, travel centers and plazas throughout the U.S., along with the quality of our magazine’s content, help to insure that NextTruck reaches thousands of OTR truckers who are active buyers, along the nation’s busiest trucking corridors,” said Looper.

NextTruck staff will be available at the 2011 American Truck Dealers (ATD) Convention & Expo, April 15-18, at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, AZ to answer any questions regarding our products. Copies of the latest print magazine will be available, as well as on-site demonstrations of NextTruck’s inventory-intensive website.

Buyers can search thousands of semi trucks and trailers for sale at http://www.nexttruckonline.com. Also featured on the site are upcoming auctions and events, as well as other industry resources.

NextTruck features semi trucks, trailers, parts and accessories. The print edition is mailed to owner/operators and fleet executives who are verified purchasers of semi trucks, trailers, parts and accessories. A digital edition of each issue is emailed to over 100,000 recipients.

“We are the leader in nationwide advertising solutions to help semi truck and trailer industry sellers market their products and services to the most qualified, active buyers,” commented Looper.

Published twice monthly, NextTruck is a joint venture of Randall-Reilly Publishing, in business since 1934 in Tuscaloosa, AL, and TAP Publishing, operating since 1937 in Crossville, TN.

For more information, email Amy Looper, general manager, at alooper(at)nexttruckonline(dot)com, or call 866-783-5137 or 931-707-3800.

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