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Love’s Oklahoma Truck Stop Bigger and Better After Devastating 2010 Tornado


Four years following a devastating tornado, Love’s reopens bigger and better truck stop in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

In May 2010, a tornado destroyed the Love’s located on I-40 at Exit 166.  Four years later, on Thursday, May 15, the truck stop reopened.

“What happened four years ago was devastating to the store, but we’re fortunate that everyone was okay,” said Frank Love, co-CEO of Love’s Travel Stops.“We knew we were going to rebuild so that we could continue serving this great community, as well as professional drivers and travelers who rely on Love’s fora fast, clean and friendly place to stop.”

The newest Oklahoma City locations features an 11,00 square foot facility, an on-site Love’s Tire Care center and many other amenities:

-Expanded fountain drink station

-Fresh fruit

-Travel items

-Gift merchandise

-Two restaurants

-90-Truck parking spaces

-Seven shower facilities

-bulk DEF

-CAT Scales

About Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores

Founded in 1964 by Tom Love, Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Okla., and remains entirely family-owned and operated. With 320 locations and more than 190 Love’s a Tire Care centers in 39 states, Love’s approximate growth rate is 20 stores per year. Love’s is currently ranked No. 9 on Forbes Magazine’s annual listing of America’s Largest Private Companies. To learn more, go to www.loves.com, Facebook (www.facebook.com/lovestravelstops), or follow @LovesTravelStop on Twitter.


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