Love’s Travel Stops

Love’s opens new Nebraska, Texas locations

The new stores, located in Syracuse, Neb., and Angleton, Texas, offer a combined 151 truck parking spaces.

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Love’s plans 50 more stores, expansion of current parking lots in 2017

After opening a company-record 47 stores in 2016, Love’s Travel Stops says it plans to surpass that mark in 2017 with the opening of 50 new stores, the company announced this year.

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Love’s opened company record 47 stores in 2016, expanded offerings for drivers

Those 47 new locations gave truckers more than 3,000 new parking spaces, the company says, along with more than 220 showers, quick-service restaurants and more.

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Love’s opens five new stores, adds 450 parking spaces

The new locations are in South Jacksonville, Ill., Ellsworth, Iowa, New London, Mo., Norfolk, Neb., and Cayce, S.C. All five stores opened Thursday, Dec. 15, marking the busiest day for store openings in the company's history.

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New Love’s opens in northern Iowa

The new store offers 80 truck parking spaces, five showers, two restaurants and more.

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Love’s opens fifth Wisconsin location

The new store is located along I-39/90 at exit 115 and features 73 truck parking spaces.

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Love’s adds new Tennessee, Texas locations

Love's opened new stores this week in Domino, Texas, and White House, Tenn.

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Love’s opens new Colorado location along U.S. 287

The location marks the eighth Love's store along the 600-mile stretch of Highway 287 from Eads to Rhome, Texas, and its seventh in Colorado.

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Love’s opens new store in West Siloam Springs, Okla.

The 24-hour, 5,000 square-foot location offers drivers Godfather's Pizza and Chester's Chicken restaurants, along with 41 truck parking spaces, RFID cardless fueling, CAT scales, a Love's Truck Tire Care Center and more.

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Love’s returns to Gulfport, Miss., after 7-year absence

Love's Travel Stops announced this week it has opened a new location in Gulfport, Miss., after the previous store was closed seven years ago when the state of Mississippi claimed the land through eminent domain to widen the road.

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