Truman Arnold becomes a
Conoco commissioned agent

First dealer outlet built from
ground up in Texarkana, Texas

The first Road Runner was built in
East Texas and offers limited
merchandise - gas & oil,
plus candy & cigarettes

Road Runner is the first in the
industry to offer self-serve gasoline
with a major oil company brand

Truman Arnold Distributing
was incorporated

Truman Arnold Transporation
was formed

TAC purchases Conoco’s
Little Rock, Arkansas assets

The first Texarkana, Texas
Road Runner store is built

Truman Arnold purchases Conoco
marketing assets in Arkansas and
East Texas to become a regional marketer

TAC purchases its first aircraft,
a Cessna 402

TAC introduces Gasohol
(ethanol) in the Southwest

TAC opens its first storage terminal,
Arkansas Terminaling and Trading,
as a joint venture with Coulson Oil

TAC opens its first Colorado
Road Runner in Denver

TAC ventures into the fast food business;
one of the first in the convenience store
industry to offer quality fast food products

TAC constructs a second petroleum
storage facility in Caddo Mills, Texas

Road Runner becomes
independently branded

TAC enters aviation industry with the
acquisition of the Fixed Base Operation
in Texarkana, Arkansas

TAC launches wholesale marketing
and products trading operation

TAC sells 125 Road Runner stores in
seven states to Total Petroleum

Sales revenues reach $500 million as
TAC expands wholesale marketing to
encompass 30 states

TAC purchases the largest inland
petroleum storage terminal in the U.S.
in West Memphis, Arkansas

Road Runner Aviation rebrands
itself as TAC Air

TAC re-enters branded marketing
motor fuel business offering open
and commission dealer concepts

TAC acquires an FBO in Omaha, NE

TAC Air expands to nine locations by
purchasing the former AMR Combs
FBO facilities in Denver, Colorado
and Hartford, Connecticut

The Denver FBO, at Centennial Airport,
is relocated to newly remodeled
60,000 square-foot facility in early 2001

TAC introduces “For You, We’d Eat a Bug”
advertising campaign touting its passion
for service. As a part of this campaign,
a new VW Beetle is given away at the
NBAA Convention

The giveaway is a hit and is followed by
a PT Cruiser in 2001, a restored
1945 Piper J-3 Cub in 2003 and a
1957 Ford Thunderbird in 2004

Greg Arnold is named CEO of TAC

TAC exceeds $1 billion in annual sales
for the first time. This milestone is made
possible primarily due to the expansion
of TAC Energy which, as of this date,
distributes fuel to customers in all
48 contiguous states

TAC Air completes major renovation
of hangar space at its
Hartford, Connecticut facility

The Road Runner convenience store
brand is reborn with the opening of
a new state-of-the-art facility in
Texarkana, Arkansas

Arkansas Terminaling and Trading,
TAC’s joint venture with Coulson Oil
in North Little Rock, Arkansas,
adds new storage tanks and loading racks

AT McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville,
Tennessee, TAC Air opens its 11th FBO

TAC Air is named the nation’s #1 FBO
chain by readers of Professional Pilot
magazine in their annual PRASE survey

TAC Air’s FBO count reaches
an even dozen with a move into
Raleigh-Durham, NC (RDU)

The Caddo Mills terminal expansion is
completed, including four additional storage
tanks and a new three-bay truck rack

An upgrade to the North Little Rock fuel
terminal includes two new tanks, an
additional two bay truck rack and expanded
ethanol capabilities. Combined terminal
thru-put reaches 100,000 barrels per day

13 becomes our lucky number with the
opening of the St. Louis FBO at
Spirit of St. Louis Airport

TAC Energy acquires Fuel Managers, Inc.
wholesale fuel marketing. Annualized fuel
volumes exceed two billion gallons

TAC Air cuts the ribbon on its new
state-of-the-art executive terminal at
Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky

TAC expands its sales, marketing, business
development, trading and supply & logistics
operations in the Dallas, Texas office

TAC Air is named “#1 Large FBO Chain”
in Professional Pilot magazine’s annual
PRASE survey. This marks the second time
TAC Air has won the award.

TAC Air acquires the assets of Signature
Flight Support at Spirit of St. Louis Airport
and integrates them into TAC Air SUS

TAC Air acquires Keystone Aviation, LLC,
giving the network a national footprint west
of the Rockies. In addition to bringing the
company’s Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah
fixed base operations into the TAC Air
network, TAC enters the aircraft charter,
sales and management industries.

Greg Arnold is named Chairman
of the Board of Truman Arnold Companies

TAC becomes a major shareholder in a
public MLP by merging its fuel terminal assets

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