Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores opened two travel stops on Aug. 27, one in Monmouth, Ill., and the other in Kermit, Texas. Combined, the two new locations add 186 truck parking spaces to Love’s network.
At more than 12,000 square feet, the Monmouth travel stop features a Chester’s Chicken and Godfather’s Pizza. It also offers 87 truck parking spaces, 66 car parking spaces, three RV parking spaces, four diesel bays, six showers, laundry facilities, a Fresh Kitchen concept, a CAT scale and a dog park.
The Kermit travel stop measures more than 11,000 square feet and features a Chester’s Chicken and McDonald’s. It also offers 99 truck parking spaces, 87 car parking spaces, three RV parking spaces, eight diesel bays, eight showers, laundry facilities, a Fresh Kitchen concept and a CAT scale.
Both locations are open 24 hours, seven days a week.
Love’s also opened seven Love’s Truck Care with an on-site Speedco earlier this summer. The facilities are in Laredo, Texas; Vicksburg, Miss.; Grand Ledge, Mich.; Lake Charles, La.; Summerton, S.C.; Milan, Mich.; and Madera, Calif.
Parker’s unlocked the doors of a new Parker’s Kitchen in Savannah, Ga., on Aug. 20. Located between the Truman Parkway and Skidaway Road, the new Parker’s Kitchen offers fresh, Southern-style food for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as gourmet coffee, freshly brewed sweet tea, lemonade, 28-degree beer, fountain drinks with Chewy Ice and a range of convenience items.
With a wide range of items prepared fresh on-site and are available seven days a week, the entire menu is handcrafted on-site from the freshest ingredients by Parker’s Kitchen chefs.
Quicklee’s Convenience Stores
Quicklee’s Convenience Stores acquired the Mobil gas station located on 12 Corners in Brighton, N.Y.
The station features six gas pumps, including self-service, full-service and diesel. Originally configured as a gas station and auto repair shop, the location will provide access to convenience store staples as well as locally manufactured products through Quicklee’s Go Local program.
Any future renovations to the location are under consideration and will come down to identifying community needs and following processes put forth by the town. “We have a lot of great ideas for this location, including expanding the parking lot, building out the store, and helping to add new life to these famous corners,” said Ken Perelli, Quicklee’s vice president. “We are excited to be a part of the community, to work with the town, and to make a difference.”
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