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FMCSA Suspends Rules in 26 States to Help Fuel, Supplies Flow After Harvey and Irma

Subhead: Hurricane Harvey To aid in the effort to bring supplies and fuel to the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the State of Texas have temporarily suspended several trucking regulations (truckinginfo.com- 9/1/17) FMCSA announced on Sept. 1 that due to an expected shortage of fuel products, including gasoline, Read More…

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Helping Out After Hurricane Harvey: How to Donate

If you want to help but aren’t sure where to start, tax-exempt charities that have indicated they are accepting Harvey-specific donations include: American Red Cross. To make a financial donation, visit the their website, call 1.800.RED CROSS or text HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation for those in need. Catholic Charities of USA. To Read More…

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Great American Trucking Show (August 24-August 26, 2017)

The Great American Trucking Show is an interactive and all-encompassing public convention of trucking professionals. More than 500 exhibitors meet at GATS, representing truck, trailer, engine, component and parts manufacturers, among many others. GATS exists to create an interactive, energizing environment entirely focused on trucking’s improvement. GATS 2017 will be held August 24-26 at the Read More…

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Declare Your Independence!

Like the Liberty Bell, factoring from TBS is all that it’s cracked up to be! You don’t have to be rocket scientist to discover how to free yourself from revolting overdue bills. Factor your invoices with TBS and oooo-ahhhh – watch your bottom line light up and burst your pride! Yes, TBS has a flare Read More…

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Memorial Day at TBS

This Memorial Day, families all over the world will celebrate the bravery and courage of fallen men and women of war. The loss of loved ones can never truly be forgotten, but every year, we can remember and celebrate their lives. This year, TBS would like to specifically recognize two young men who currently work Read More…

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Entire Trucking Industry and TBS Under One Roof

Last weekend, a group of TBS associates attended the largest annual heavy-duty trucking industry event in the world – the Mid-America Trucking Show at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville, KY. MATS was started in 1972 to create an annual venue for the North American Trucking Industry to showcase new products, exchange ideas and work Read More…

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President’s Day FUN FOOD Facts

President George Washington‘s favorite foods included fish and nuts. He also had a fondness for cherries, particularly Cherry Bounce, a brandy-based drink popular in the eighteenth century. He enjoyed the drink so much that he packed a canteen of it for a trip across the Allegheny Mountains in 1784. The town of Cheshire, Massachusetts presented Read More…

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President’s Day FUN Facts

George Washington was the only president unanimously elected, meaning all of the state representatives voted for him. John Adams died on the same day as Thomas Jefferson, July 4th, 1826. This day was also the 50th anniversary of the approval of the Declaration of Independence. James Madison and George Washington are the only presidents who Read More…

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TBS Trumps the Competition!

Granted, President’s Day is coming but at TBS we couldn’t Fillmore excited, especially for our clients who know they can’t afFord to overlook factoring with TBS. Sometimes it’s just Harding and harder to pay bills. No need to take a Polk at disaster. Check out Taylor-made, same-day payments when you deliver your loads. TBS is Read More…

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President’s Day: Celebrations and Traditions

Like Independence Day, Presidents’ Day is traditionally viewed as a time of patriotic celebration and remembrance. In its original incarnation as Washington’s Birthday, the holiday gained special meaning during the difficulties of the Great Depression, when portraits of George Washington often graced the front pages of newspapers and magazines every February 22. In 1932 the Read More…