Posted: 04/19/13 12:42 PM
The truck stop industry has seen nearly as many changes as the trucking industry itself.
As a result of WWIi, more trained truck drivers were on the road.
In the 1940s and 1950s, truck stops began to change even more. In 1948, Fred Bosselman, farmer and truck driver, and his wife Maxine opened Bosselman and Eaton Truck Stop in Grand Island, Nebraska.
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