Love’s Travel Stops expands, introducing new locations and adding 121 truck parking spaces to Interstates 44, 25.
Love’s Travel Stops is now serving customers in two new parts of the country. New travel stops have opened for business in Cotton County, Okla., near Exit 5 at Interstate 44 and U.S. Highway 70, and Belen, N.M., at 1903 Camino Del Llano (Interstate 25, Exit 191). Combined, the two stores add 121 truck parking spaces to Interstates 44 and 25.
“We’re pleased to add more truck parking and services to new areas of Oklahoma and Texas,” said Greg Love, co-CEO of Love’s. “Both of these locations are interstates where we can serve professional drivers well. Cotton County, Okla., is a good stop for customers traveling in and out of the state. Belen, N.M., is a nice place to stop for travelers and professional drivers in the busy metro of Albuquerque heading south towards El Paso on Interstate 25.”
The Cotton County location features a Subway restaurant, three showers and 59 truck parking spots. The Belen store offer’s Customers an Arby’s restaurant, laundry capabilities, five showers, a Love’s Truck Tire Care center and 62 truck parking spots. Both locations are open 24/7 and provide brand-name snacks, gourmet coffee, fresh-to-go options and soft drinks. The new stores are projected to add a combined $3 million in tax revenue to their surrounding communities.
Founded in 1964, Love’s has more than 450 locations in 41 states.