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New Love’s locations add 200 truck parking spots

New Love’s locations add 200 truck parking spots
This new Love's in Winona, Texas, features 113 new truck parking spots. (Courtesy: Love's)

OKLAHOMA CITY – Love’s Travel Stops has opened new locations in Winona, Texas, and Mount Vernon, Illinois. The stores combined add more than 200 truck parking spaces and 120 jobs to the communities.

“We’re excited to join two new communities today in Texas and Illinois,” said Greg Love, co-CEO of Love’s. “Combined, these two states have 108 Love’s, where customers can stop to get the amenities they’re looking for including Bean-to-cup coffee or an array of drinks and fresh food made daily.”

Winona location features

  • More than 12,000 square feet
  • Godfather’s Pizza and Subway (opening Jan. 24)
  • 113 truck parking spaces
  • 86 car parking spaces
  • 25 RV spaces
  • Eight diesel bays
  • Eight showers
  • Laundry facilities
  • CAT scale
  • Speedco (opening later)
  • Bean-to-cup gourmet coffee
  • Brand-name snacks
  • Fresh Kitchen concept
  • Mobile to Go Zone with the latest GPS, headsets and smartphone accessories.
  • Dog park.

Mt. Vernon location features

  • More than 13,000 square feet
  • Bojangles (opening later)
  • 99 truck parking spaces
  • 87 car parking spaces
  • Three RV spaces
  • Seven diesel bays
  • Eight showers
  • Laundry facilities
  • CAT scale
  • Bean-to-cup gourmet coffee
  • Brand-name snacks
  • Fresh Kitchen concept
  • Mobile to Go Zone with the latest GPS, headsets and smartphone accessories
  • Dog park

In honor of the grand openings, Love’s will donate $2,000 to the Winona Volunteer Fire Department and a $2,000 split between Caritas Family Solutions and Mt. Vernon District 80 Elementary School in Mt. Vernon.

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New Love’s locations add 200 truck parking spots

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This is not a game it becomes a lifestyle. We don’t need to worry about getting ripped off. The costs of everything out here is already highway robbery at its best we don’t have time to go shopping. Pay the price and go it’s that simple. Also where do the new drivers think they can drive with high beam lights on. No dignity or respect. Shut them off give other drivers lite to see not get blinded by soon idiot with 3ft strip of led lights on the front of there trucks if your that blind you shouldn’t be out here. Mr cool your not. Where are the troopers when we are getting blinded come on do your job. No fog then no lights needed.

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