Love’s Opens Three New Locations Delivering More Than 300 Truck Parking Spaces

Oklahoma City, OK — Truck stop giant Love’s Travel Stops continues to grow with the opening of new locations in Florida, Georgia and Ohio, the company announced on Thursday.

The new stores expand the company’s services in the Southeast United States.




 

“Despite supply chain issues, Love’s continues to outpace its competitors in growing its nationwide network of Highway Hospitality,” Gary Price, a senior executive with the company, stated.

The new locations and amenities are as follows:

Milton, FL – Interstate 10 (Exit 26) and Garcon Point Road

• More than 12,000 square feet;
• Arby’s fast food restaurant (Opening Nov. 22);
• 88 truck parking spaces;
• 85 car parking spaces;
• Four RV spaces;
• Eight diesel bays;
• Eight showers;
• Laundry facilities;
• CAT scale;
• Speedco;
• 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.




 

Garden City, GA – Highway 307 and Sonny Perdue Drive

• More than 12,000 square feet;
• Hardee’s fast food restaurant (Opening Nov. 22);
• 97 truck parking spaces;
• 63 car parking spaces;
• Six RV spaces;
• Eight diesel bays;
• Six 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.

Bellefontaine, OH – Highway 540 East and Sandusky Avenue

• More than 13,000 square feet;
• Hardee’s fast food restaurant (Opening Dec. 6);
• 126 truck parking spaces;
• 55 car parking spaces;
• Seven RV spaces;
• Eight 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.




 

Combined, the three new locations add 311 truck parking spaces and 200 jobs to Love’s nationwide network.

“Opening three locations in one day is no small feat, but our team members are ready to show customers Love’s Highway Hospitality in Bellefontaine, Milton and Garden City,” said Greg Love, co-CEO of Love’s.

In honor of the grand openings, Love’s said it will donate $2,000 to the United Way of Logan County in Bellefontaine, OH, Santa Rosa Kid’s House in Milton, FL, and the Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity in Garden City, GA.

The new stops serve as Love’s 20th travel stop in each Florida and Ohio and the 17th in Georgia.

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