News roundup, Oct. 15: Kenworth Sales opens new Utah facility, Love’s donates $3.75 million to children’s hospitals

Updated Oct 16, 2019

Trucking news and briefs for Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019:

Kenworth Sales opens new facility in St. George, Utah

Kenworth Sales opened a new facility in St. George, Utah.Kenworth Sales opened a new facility in St. George, Utah.

Kenworth Sales Company announced it has opened a new full-service facility in St. George, Utah. The new facility is located at 4484 S. Desert Color Parkway. The 21,000 square-foot location offers 12 service bays, expanded parts inventory, new and used truck sales, rental and leasing.

“This new store allows us to better facilitate the needs of our customer base in the St. George area,” said Lynn Cusey, Kenworth Sales Company district manager.  “Kenworth has been servicing this area for many years – since 1999. We are always looking for ways to better serve our customers and look forward to enhancing customer experience with our new, state of the art location.”

Love’s donates $3.75 million to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Love’s Travel Stops and its customers raised $3.75 million for sick and injured children during the company’s five-week campaign to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The company surpassed its goal of $3.6 million and set a company record for the most money raised during a campaign.

“We are so thankful to our employees and customers who not only donate at our stores, but who also go out of their way to raise money for sick and injured children in creative ways,” said Jenny Love Meyer, vice president of communications for Love’s. “Each year, we enjoy seeing communities come together for this effort and we couldn’t be prouder to have raised over $3.75 million for this year’s campaign.”