TheTrucker.com

Love’s supports military families through Operation Homefront; customers can help by purchasing special-edition mugs

Reading Time: < 1 minute
Love’s supports military families through Operation Homefront; customers can help by purchasing special-edition mugs
Love’s will donate an additional $2 to Operation Homefront for every commemorative mug sold beginning July 1. (Courtesy: Love’s Travel Stops)

OKLAHOMA CITY — Love’s Travel Stops is donating $125,000 to Operation Homefront, a national nonprofit with a mission of building strong, stable and secure military families.

Customers can increase the donation amount by buying a special edition Operation Homefront/Love’s 24-ounce mug for $7.99. The mugs are available any Love’s Travel Stop beginning July 1 and continuing while supplies last. For each mug purchased, Love’s will donate an additional $2 to Operation Homefront.

“As a company that understands the value military men and women bring to work every day, we’re proud to support Operation Homefront and its mission,” said Jenny Love Meyer, executive vice president and chief culture officer of Love’s. “Military families have sacrificed more than most can imagine so we’re honored — along with our customers — to help these families thrive.”

Some of the funds will go toward immediate needs related to COVID-19, which has impacted military families.

Operation Homefront provides food assistance, auto and home repair, vision care, travel and transportation, moving assistance, essential home items and rent-free transitional housing for wounded veterans and their families. Ninety-one percent of Operation Homefront’s expenditures go directly to programs that help military families.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on our veterans, service members and their families,” said retired Brig. Gen. Robert Thomas, chief operating officer of Operation Homefront. “We are grateful to our friends at Love’s Travel Stops who have joined Operation Homefront to serve America’s military families at a time when they need our support more than ever.”

The Trucker News Staff

The Trucker News Staff produces engaging content for not only TheTrucker.com, but also The Trucker Newspaper, which has been serving the trucking industry for more than 30 years. With a focus on drivers, the Trucker News Staff aims to provide relevant, objective content pertaining to the trucking segment of the transportation industry. The Trucker News Staff is based in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Avatar for The Trucker News Staff
The Trucker News Staff produces engaging content for not only TheTrucker.com, but also The Trucker Newspaper, which has been serving the trucking industry for more than 30 years. With a focus on drivers, the Trucker News Staff aims to provide relevant, objective content pertaining to the trucking segment of the transportation industry. The Trucker News Staff is based in Little Rock, Arkansas.
For over 30 years, the objective of The Trucker editorial team has been to produce content focused on truck drivers that is relevant, objective and engaging. After reading this article, feel free to leave a comment about this article or the topics covered in this article for the author or the other readers to enjoy. Let them know what you think! We always enjoy hearing from our readers.

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLE

Clark Transfer