Love’s plans to open up to 40 stores adding 3,000 parking spaces and 2,500 jobs

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In the coming year, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores plans to open around 40 new stores. (Courtesy: Love’s Travel Stops)

OKLAHOMA CITY — Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores plans to open up to 40 stores and add about 3,000 parking spots and 2,500 jobs in 2020, it announced Thursday.
The announcement follows a banner year in which Love’s opened its 500th store and raised a record $3.75 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals during its annual campaign.
“We enter 2020 with lots of momentum that we’ll continue through customer-experience enhancements, product offerings and the best value on the road,” said Love’s President Shane Wharton. “We’ll open stores from coast to coast, continue to provide products and services that our customers depend upon and enhance our reputation as the company known for Highway Hospitality.”
Below are some expected 2020 highlights:

  • Open about 40 Love’s Travel Stops, which means the addition of about 40 Love’s Truck Care Centers and Speedcos to surpass a total of 400 locations of the nation’s largest oil change and preventative maintenance network.
  • Open a sixth tire retread plant and distribution center in Milan, Tennessee, in the first half of the year. Love’s retread warranty combines quality and safety by covering retreads, casings and any repairs for the full life of the retread.
  • Continue to enhance the Love’s Connect mobile app with new features.
  • Unveil a mobile app for Love’s Financial so customers can better manage cash flow and cover expenses like fuel, maintenance and payroll without creating debt for their business.
  • Continue to expand fresh food offerings and Love’s-branded items.
  • Trillium, a leading provider of renewable fuels and alternative fueling solutions, specializing in fuel supply, design, installation and operation for innovative energy solutions, will open new compressed natural gas (CNG), renewable natural gas (RNG), solar and hydrogen stations and add infrastructure throughout the U.S.

“We’ve listened to our customers to build a business that caters to what customers need beyond fuel, including factoring, maintenance and fresh food options,” Wharton added. “We’ll continue listening so we can grow that mindset into the future.”

3 COMMENTS

  1. A lot of truck drivers are doing a keto diet, loves would be wise to start providing keto friendly food options, or at the very least low carb. It will boost sales significantly

  2. It would be nice to see them open one up on highway 280 going into Birmingham, AL, because there’s really nowhere to park. Unless, you park at the Walmart in Sylacauga.

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