Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, travelers looking for a break, gas, food or Internet on Interstate 89 in Vermont just passed Exit 7 will now be able to stop at the new Vermont Travelers Service Center.
The new rest stop was developed by a private company with some assistance from the state, but will give Vermont travelers a long awaited place to take a break. RESOLUTE Partners was chosen by the project's developers to design and install an advanced guest Wi-Fi solution at the rest stop, which will be available to guests free of charge. Other advanced offerings of the rest stop include being solar-powered and having one of the largest electric charging stations in the state.
According to WCAX.com, who interviewed owner Wayne Lamberton, "You have all the comforts of a visitor center or a rest area on the interstate, along with fresh food, gas, beverages, a place to sit down and relax. I think it's a rest area, visitors center and convenience store all in one. And I think it will meet all the travelers’ needs."
If you're interested in learning more about RESOLUTE Partner's guest Wi-Fi capabilities, please visit here.