We continue to believe that the attention we've shown to customer service, improving our facilities and controlling our operating costs allowed us to turn profitable in a slowly improving economy in 2011 and has positioned TA for continued profitability in 2012. Our focus for 2012 includes: One, the continuation of prudent, selective acquisition of additional operating travel centers. Indeed, last week, we acquired a travel center on I-85 in Georgia for $5 million. Two, the continuation of internal growth capital investment. For example during 2011 at the travel centers we operated all year, we added 8 quick service restaurants, rebranded dozens of gasoline stations and installed both diesel exhaust fluid dispensers at 42 travel centers. And three, continued improvement in operating metrics and customer service delivery. I believe that the TA and Petro brands have clearly lead the industry in delivery of service, efficiency and convenience for drivers. And now, Andy Rebholz, our Chief Financial Officer, will review our fourth quarter and full year results in more detail. And after Andy's comments, I'll make some closing remarks and then we'll try to answer questions.Andrew J. Rebholz
TravelCenters Of America LLC's CEO Discusses Q4 2011 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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