Tristar or TriStar (meaning "three star") may refer to:

TriStar Pictures - Sony era (1989–present)

In addition to its own slate, TriStar was the theatrical distributor for many films produced by Carolco Pictures (the rights to only one of their films, Cliffhanger, has been retained by TriStar). TriStar also theatrically distributed some FilmDistrict movies.

Tristar Air - Accidents and incidents

* On 12 October 2015, a Tristar Air Airbus A300-B4F was forced to land on a road near Aden Adde International Airport in Mogadishu, Somalia. Somali Authorities reported the aircraft had attempted several approaches to the airport but had gone around each time, because the flight crew lost visual reference to the runway. The flight departed late from Cairo, and as a consequence reached Moghadishu after sunset. The airfield does not have runway lights, and is closed from sunset until sunrise. After several attempts, the flight had run out of fuel, making the emergency landing necessary. Of the six people on board the cargo flight incoming from Ostend in Belgium, two received minor injuries in the landing while the aircraft sustained substantial damage beyond economic repair.

Tristar (band)

Tristar was a local pop-rap band in Almaty, Kazakhstan formed in 1998.

TriStar Airlines - Services

TriStar Airlines offered only one class of service, economy class. It offered assigned seating and complimentary snacks and beverages.

TriStar Motorsports - Car No. 10 history

In 2014, David Starr ran the car competitively at Daytona season opener in February. For the rest of the year, Blake Koch and Jeff Green ran the majority of the races, again mostly as a start and park. At Daytona in July, Koch had sponsorship from Celsius Negative Calorie Cola, with TriStar bringing five cars to run the full race. During the first round of qualifying, all five TriStar cars were running in a pack when a sudden downpour of rain caused the entire pack to spin out, causing most of the cars including four from TriStar to wreck. Koch, along with the No. 91 Toyota Camry of Benny Gordon missed the race, and the sponsor of the No. 10 moved over to Mike Bliss' No. 19. Bliss ran the No. 10 at Bristol in August as a full race effort while Hermie Sadler ran his usual No. 19 Toyota Camry.

TriStar Productions

TriStar Productions (TSP) is an American film and television production company, a division of TriStar Pictures and a joint venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and former 20th Century Fox chairman Tom Rothman.

Tristar Productions

Tristar Productions, Inc. promotes sports collectible events, distributes autographed sports memorabilia, and manufactures and distributes trading cards. The company was founded in 1987, in Houston, Texas, by Jeffrey R. Rosenberg. At Tristar's collectors shows, current and former sports players autograph memorabilia. The organization distributes trading cards for organizations including Minor League Baseball and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

TriStar Airlines - Corporate affairs

TriStar Airlines was headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, It used the slogan The better choice; and its logo, consisting of three stars for the owner, Tulsie Issurdutt's, three children and a color scheme of red, gray, black, and white, won the Award of Excellence For Logo Design in a 1996 American Corporate Identity competition. Tulsie Issurdutt served as the president, CEO, and CFO. The airline had 160 employees in June 1996.

TriStar Motorsports - 2014

Forty-four-year-old NASCAR veteran Carlos Contreras has raced all three road courses for TriStar in the No. 44 Toyota Camry with sponsors 38 Special and Voli and regular TriStar sponsor Ingersoll Rand. He posted a strong 15th place at Road America, a solid 23rd place at Watkins Glen International and finished 21st in his debut at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in August.

TriStar Motorsports - 2011–2012

The team returned in 2011 as the No. 19, and Mike Bliss signed on to drive the car for the 2011 season. Crew Chief Dave Fuge remained with the team but was replaced early in the season by Wes Ward. Fuge now is part owner of Derrike Cope's CFK Motorsports. Ward also left the team early on and was replaced by TRG interim crew chief Paul Clapprood. The team scored 19 top-20 finishes with a best finish of 11th at Lucas Oil Raceway. With limited sponsorship Bliss and the No. 19 team finished the season 12th in points. For 2012, Bliss was replaced by Tayler Malsam as he brought sponsorship from Green Earth Technologies and G-Oil as well as the team's manufacturer change to Toyota Camry. Venezuelan Alex Popow drove the car at Watkins Glen. Malsam was 13th in points when he and TriStar parted ways after Kentucky, leaving Bliss to return to the No. 19. Also, Hal Martin competed in three races in 2012.

TriStar Motorsports - Car No. 24 history

After initially leaving TriStar for JGL Racing, after nine 2015 races Eric McClure and longtime sponsor Hefty/Reynolds Wrap announced their return to TriStar beginning at Iowa Speedway in May. The team carried over the No. 24 Toyota Camry from JGL, while assuming the owner points from the No. 19 Toyota Camry. McClure was released again after changes with his Hefty/Reynolds Wrap sponsorship, with the number returning to JGL and the team going inactive.

TriStar Pictures - Sony era (1989–present)

Around summer 1998, SPE merged Columbia and TriStar to form the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, but just like Columbia Pictures Entertainment, both divisions continued producing and distributing films under their own names.

TriStar Motorsports - Car No. 72 history

For 2018, TriStar again loaned a charter from Front Row Motorsports. Whitt requested a limited schedule of only ten races in order to focus on family. Corey LaJoie drove the No. 72 in the 26 races in which Whitt did not run in 2018, finishing 34th in driver standings with a best finish of 16th. Whitt later retired from stock car competition and LaJoie departed for the No. 32 team, leaving TriStar without a driver for 2019. The team was unable to acquire a charter for 2019 and has not attempted a race since Homestead-Miami.

Tristar Productions - The organization

In August 2006, Tristar signed an exclusive agreement with Major League Baseball Properties to produce Minor League Baseball trading cards. The license granted Tristar exclusive rights to produce first year trading cards of drafted and undrafted amateur players selected from the Major League Baseball Draft. Tristar has produced first year cards from 2006 to 2009, in a series called TriStar Prospects Plus. From that series, Tristar has also released autographed trading cards from 2006 to 2009, and memorabilia cards in 2006 and 2008. In 2010, Tristar released a series of trading cards called Tristar Pursuit, along with autographed cards.

Columbia TriStar

Columbia TriStar or Columbia Tristar may refer to:

TriStar Television - History

When TriStar Television's productions were folded into Columbia TriStar Television in 1999, Early Edition (a joint production with CBS) retained the TriStar copyright until 2000. The final season of Malcolm & Eddie was later produced by CTT and TriStar Television operated in-name-only. On October 25, 2001, Columbia TriStar Network Television and Columbia TriStar Television Distribution merged to become Columbia TriStar Domestic Television. On September 16, 2002, SPE retired the Columbia and TriStar names from television, renaming CTDT as Sony Pictures Television.

TriStar Motorsports - 2014

NASCAR Drive for Diversity graduate and New Jersey native Paulie Harraka drive the No. 44 Toyota Camry at home track Dover International Speedway in May. The Delaware Office of Highway Safety came on board with their "Click it or Ticket" campaign to raise awareness for traffic safety. Harraka qualified 22nd, and finished a solid 19th after battling back from a pit road incident with Brendan Gaughan. Notably, Harraka was involved in an incident the prior year at the Sonoma Cup race where his No. 52 Ford Fusion collided with the TriStar No. 19 Toyota Camry on pit road before the race even started.

TriStar Motorsports - Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

TriStar attempted to qualify for the race at Watkins Glen in 2010 with driver Tony Ave in the No. 35 Chevrolet Impala purchased from Front Row Motorsports, however, after showing signs of mechanical issues during qualifying, which included smoke and fluid trailing from behind the car, the team did not qualify. It was the only Cup race Tri-Star attempted that year.

Tristar Worldwide

Tristar Worldwide is a chauffeur-driven private hire car provider. The UK-based company operates in around 80 countries with an annual turnover of £48m and 650 employees. It was founded in 1978, originally for use by business class passengers of Virgin Atlantic. Tristar operates a fleet of 415 Volvo and Mercedes-Benz cars.