Pilot Flying J Rolls Out New Driver Rewards Program, Love’s Looks to Hire 2,000 Workers

Little Rock, AR – In this edition of Truck Stop News: Pilot Flying J is rolling out a new driver rewards program and Love’s is looking to hire 2,000 additional workers.

Pilot Flying J’s New Driver Rewards Program

Pilot Flying J announced a new program, Push4Points, allowing drivers to earn more points on diesel fuel purchases that can be used to save money on food, drinks and items in stores.

Beginning April 1, through June 30, professional drivers can activate Push4Points in the Pilot Flying J app to start earning up to four points per gallon on every diesel fueling transaction, the company said.


To participate in Push4Points, download or open the Pilot Flying J app, sign in with a professional driver myRewards account, and push the “activate” button at the beginning of each month, through June.

Upon activating Push4Points for the month, drivers start at one point per gallon and automatically earn an additional half point per gallon, up to four points per gallon, with each qualifying fill of 75 diesel gallons or more at participating locations.

Points can be earned when fueling at more than 900 locations in the U.S., including Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers and the One9 Fuel Network’s variety of brands, the company said.


Points can be redeemed at company owned and operated locations, including Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers, EZ Trip, Mr. Fuel, Pride, Stamart and Xpress, for in-store savings on essentials, such as food, beverages, merchandise, Wi-Fi, showers, and Prime Parking.

Love’s Looks to Hire 2,000 Workers

Love’s Travel Stops wants to hire 2,000 additional workers, the company said in an announcement on Friday.

Job positions are available for its travel stops, country stores, truck care centers, Speedco locations and its Oklahoma City headquarters.


As jobless claims jumped by 10 million in the last two weeks and the unemployment rate ticked up from 3.5 to 4.4 percent this month due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Love’s president, Shane Warton, says now is a great time for many Americans to pursue a career with Love’s.

“We want to ensure potential candidates know about the variety of jobs available with Love’s that can re-energize their careers,” he said.

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