Robert Lake, senior vice president of acquisitions and business development at CCJ parent company Randall-Reilly, has been named to the board of directors of NATSO, the national trade association representing truckstops and travel plazas.
As a member of the board, Lake will work with incoming 2013 Chairman of the Board Tom Heinz, president of Heinz, Inc. and Coffee Cup Fuel Stops & Convenience Stores, along with other board members representing the travel center industry, to tackle issues such as the future of highway funding and rising interchange fees.
Other 2013 board of directors members include: Chad Ingram, president, Garvin Oil Co. Inc., Wagener, S.C.; Don Quinn, president, Sapp Bros. Travel Centers Inc., Omaha, Neb.; and Don Paddock, president, KSG Distributing Inc., Kaysville, Utah.
“We are excited to have Robert named to such a prestigious position with an organization that is so important to the trucking industry,” says Mike Reilly, Randall-Reilly chairman and CEO. “We know he will represent our company and our industry well.”
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