Western Star fan website launched

Dec. 21, 2012

Owners and fans of Western Star Trucks now have a new website where they can read the latest news, hold discussions and view photo galleries. The site, located at www.StarNation.com, is for Western Star truck owners, operators and enthusiasts, the company said.

Created in collaboration with Western Star and managed by Western Star owners and fans, Star Nation aims to bring the widespread Western Star community together to exchange maintenance tips, locate hard to find parts for older trucks, share experiences on the road, and learn about new products and services available to the trucking community.

Online registration is free and members can personalize their profile with a picture and brief bio. Visitors to Star Nation can access news, blogs and photo galleries. Members-only sections feature special access to exclusive website content, monthly newsletters and an expanded community forum.

“Through Star Nation, I can post pictures of my truck, give advice to a new driver, report a trouble spot on I-80, and learn about a good movie to see — all from the convenience of my laptop,” said Star Nation member William McCullough, a Western Star owner-operator from Ringgold, Iowa.  

“We created an interactive place where Western Star truck owners and fans of the brand share knowledge, their successes and a common passion for these trucks,” said Andy Johnson, brand manager, Western Star Trucks. “The initial response from our fans has been great and we look forward to watching Star Nation continue to evolve as a resource for our customers and fans.”

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