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Truckstop.net and Rip Griffin Travel Centers team up

New Plymouth, Idaho -- Truckstop.net recently announced that Rip Griffin Travel Centers has joined its network as a...


New Plymouth, Idaho — Truckstop.net recently announced that Rip Griffin Travel Centers has joined its network as a Hot-Spot location partner.

Truckstop.net’s Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) network will be deployed in all 14 Rip Griffin Travel Centers and 3 Freightliner truck dealerships owned and operated by Rip Griffin in the south-western U.S. that will enable truckers to benefit from convenient wireless access to the Internet. In addition to Internet access, Rip Griffin will use Truckstop.net’s wireless connectivity to provide additional industry related services and applications to its core customer base.

Truckstop.net’s unlimited, flat-fee wireless Internet access compliments Rip Griffin’s current communication facilities and other comfort oriented conveniences.

“Rip Griffin is a valuable and strategic location partner for our network. Rip has always been at the forefront in the advancement and adoption of services in the industry and we are happy to have Rip Griffin feature our network services to their loyal patrons,” Truckstop.net president and founder Scott Moscrip said.

“We saw a lot of value in the openness of the Truckstop.net network moving forward. Our ability to offer our own applications and services over the network, plus passing on the convenience of Internet access throughout the Canada and the U.S. was value that we wanted our customers to benefit from,” said Mark Griffin, president of Rip Griffin Travel Centers.

Truckstop.net wireless Internet access will be available at Rip Griffin Travel Centers in the next 60 days, and subscription to services will be available at the retail counters of all Rip Griffin Travel Center stores as locations come online.


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