KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Pilot Flying J has opened Pilot Travel Center in Arlington, Washington.
“We’re thrilled to serve the Arlington community and contribute to the local economy with our new travel center,” said Ken Parent, president of Pilot Flying J. “Our goal at Pilot Flying J is to connect people and places with comfort, care and a smile at every stop. Both Arlington residents and those traveling through the Snohomish County area will soon be able to enjoy the convenience and amenities of this Pilot Travel Center.”
This Pilot Travel Center offers many amenities, including 12 gasoline fueling positions and seven diesel lanes with high-speed pumps for quicker refueling; PJ Fresh pizza and grab-and-go food offerings prepared on site daily, including salads, sandwiches, burgers, fruit cups and an array of hot and cold snacks; Pilot’s Best Gourmet Coffees, including bean-to-cup selections and cold brew; Arby’s with a drive-thru; Cinnabon, Western Union; CAT Scale; outdoor seating; and everyday products.
The facility offers 78 truck parking spaces and five showers to professional drivers.
The new facility at 2430 State Route 530 NE will be Pilot Flying J’s eighth location in Washington, including travel centers, Pilot Express and dealers and it is expected to contribute $5.1 million annually in state and local tax revenues.
In addition to the Washington opening, the company said the Flying J in Matthews, Missouri at (703 State Highway 80) that burned because of a fire in June will re-open Saturday.
The store will have a PJ Fresh featuring PJ Fresh pizza and grab-and-go food offerings prepared on site daily, including salads, sandwiches, burgers, fruit cups and an array of hot and cold snacks; 12 diesel lanes, 12 gasoline fueling positions and 2 RV lanes; 10 showers; a driver’s lounge; a public laundry and 179 parking spaces.
The combined network of more than 750 Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers across North America serves more than 1.6 million customers daily.
For more information on Pilot Flying J, visit www.pilotflyingj.com.
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