Love’s opens 17,000-square-foot location, adding 94 truck parking spaces to Mount Juliet, Tennessee

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Love’s Travel Stops has opened a 17,000-square-foot truck stop off Interstate 840 in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. (Courtesy: Love’s)

OKLAHOMA CITY — With the opening of one of the company’s largest truck stops, Love’s Travel Stops now serves customers in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. The store, located off Interstate 840, adds 104 jobs and 94 truck parking spaces to Wilson County.


“We’re excited to open our 16th location in Tennessee and add over 100 jobs to Wilson County,” said Tom Love, founder and executive chairman of Love’s. “This is one of our largest stops in the country, and it will have plenty of fresh food, snack and drink options for customers. And, as always, we’ll have a clear focus on safety, cleanliness and excellent customer service.”

This location is open 24/7 and offers numerous amenities, including:

  • More than 17,000 square feet;
  • Petro’s Chili and Chips, Godfather’s Pizza and Hardee’s;
  • 94 truck parking spaces;
  • 71 car parking spaces;
  • Two RV parking spaces;
  • Nine diesel bays;
  • Nine showers;
  • Love’s Truck Care with on-site Speedco;
  • Laundry facilities;
  • Bean-to-cup gourmet coffee;
  • Brand-name snacks;
  • Fresh Kitchen concept;
  • Mobile to Go Zone with the latest electronics;
  • CAT scale; and
  • Dog park.

In honor of the grand opening, Love’s will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony and donate $2,000 to the Hunters for Soldiers Foundation.

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  1. 94 parking spaces for trucks aint alot.. How about bigger lots for parking… Maybe enough parking for 300 trucks. A Super Love’s. You can even call it that. Put a sit down resturant in them. Not fast food. Lets get back to the way truck stops used to be.


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