Bosselman, the granddaddy of all truck stops, has announced it’s opened the company’s newest location in Sullivan, Missouri at Interstate 44, Exit 226.
The truck stop is lactated adjacent to the Flying J Travel Plaza, located at 1496 AF Highway East, Sullivan, Missouri.
“Boss Shops is excited to continue to expand our network of repair centers at Pilot/Flying J Travel Centers across the United States,” said Charlie Bosselman, President of the Bosselman Companies and Boss Truck Shops, Inc.
There are now a total of 44 Boss truck stops. located in 23 states.
“Boss Shops are working hard to broaden our footprint across the country in the truck repair business,” said Bosselman. “At 44 Boss Shops strong, this will greatly benefit both existing and new customers. The trucking industry is constantly looking for repair facilities that they can trust to do their over-the-road work for them, and after 65 years in this industry, Boss Shops are fulfilling that need through quality service, competitive pricing, and locations throughout the nation. We’ve been around since 1948, back when my Great Uncle Al started out with just one shop on the old Lincoln Highway in Grand Island, Nebraska. I’m excited and pleased to continue providing this quality, hometown service at our Boss Shops across the USA and to support the trucking industry as a whole.”
Boss truck stops offer certified mechanics and roadside service, tire shops, oil change service, maintenance, brake, electrical, drive train and air conditioning repairs.
“Boss Shops are pleased to carry high-quality tire lines including Michelin, BF Goodrich, Bridgestone, Firestone, Goodyear, Dunlop, Kelly, and DynaTrac, and a wide variety of accessories for the industry, such as cargo control, chrome items, and more. Boss Shops gladly service large nation-wide fleets as well as regional and local fleets. For a complete list of all Boss Shops locations, visit www.bosstruckshops.com,” Bosselman stated.
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About the Bosselman Companies
The Bosselman Companies are headquartered in Grand Island, Nebr., and own and operate: 50 Pump & Pantry convenience stores; 44 Boss Shops; the Bosselman Travel Center; a Hampton Inn, three Pump & Pantry Motels, one Quality Inn & Suites, one Settle Inn, and six Motel 6 franchises; six Grandma Max’s and Max’s Highway Diner Restaurants, Sam Bass’ Saloon & Steakhouse, and Schmooter’s Bar & Casino; Food Courts including Subway, Little Caesars, and Caribou Coffee; and the Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team. Founded in 1948, Bosselman’s is a family organization in its third generation and has expanded across the nation in 24 states with over 1,200 employees. www.bosselman.com