TravelCenters of America Expands Loyalty Program Benefits

Drivers can now redeem UltraONE points for merchandise in new online catalog

WESTLAKE, Ohio -- TravelCenters of America LLC has unveiled a new online merchandise catalog for its UltraONE loyalty program members. Now, professional drivers have thousands of name-brand rewards from which to choose--items that can be obtained using UltraONE Points earned at TA and Petro Stopping Centers locations.

"The new UltraONE Online Rewards catalog includes more than 5,000 rewards items, from plasma TVs and other electronics, to outdoor and sporting gear, to clothing and jewelry, to truck accessories, and there are name brands such as Apple, Sony, Fenwick, Ralph Lauren, Swarovski and Charbroil, just to name a few," said Tom O'Brien, President and CEO of TravelCenters of America.

"UltraONE Online Rewards includes options for all ages and customers can have their reward shipped anywhere, whether to themselves or to friends or family. The selection and convenience is awesome. UltraONE Online Rewards is one more way TravelCenters of America's UltraONE loyalty program is serving drivers better than any other driver loyalty program out there," he added.

Each reward's point value listed on the website includes all taxes, shipping and handling. There are no hidden or additional costs.

UltraONE Online Rewards features easy order placement and order status. And, because points never expire, drivers can use the "wish list" feature to help track points and save them for larger items.

The UltraONE Driver Rewards Program and online shopping is available to all professional drivers. Membership in the program is free. Drivers can enroll in the program at

TravelCenters of America, Westlake, Ohio, is a leading travel center business in 41 states and Canada operating under the TravelCenters of America and Petro brands. With convenient locations off interstate highway exits, TA and Petro offer their customers diesel and gasoline fueling services, full- and quick-service restaurants, 24-hour convenience stores, heavy-truck maintenance services, RoadSquad (24/7/365 emergency roadside service), electronic communication (WiFi), and many other services, all within large, high-traffic facilities.