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    TA to Honor Professional Women Drivers on Mother's Day

    The truck stop operator will offer a free meal at any of its U.S. travel centers.

    WESTLAKE, Ohio -- When it comes to family dynamics, mothers are often in the driver's seat. Some mothers literally spend their working days there, as well. That's why TravelCenters of America LLC (TA) is inviting all professional driving women to enjoy a complimentary meal on Mother's Day, May 12, at any participating TA or Petro Stopping Centers full-service, sit-down restaurant in the United States.

    "This is just one more way we can show drivers -- specifically moms, sisters, daughters, grandmothers and all professional women drivers -- how much we respect them and the job they do to keep America moving, " said Thomas M. O'Brien, president and CEO of TravelCenters of America. "We know many drivers will be away from their homes and families on Mother's Day. This is just a small gesture to help them celebrate at their home away from home, with their on-the-road families in one of our friendly restaurants."

    On May 12, women drivers simply need to show their valid commercial driver's license to the restaurant server prior to ordering one free meal (up to a $15 value) at the more than 170 participating Iron Skillet, Country Pride and other homestyle restaurants within TA and Petro Stopping Centers network.

    Westlake, Ohio-based TravelCenters of America operates 244 TA and Petro Stopping Center travel centers in 41 states and Canada.

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