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Landmark Truck Stop To Celebrate Grand Reopening


The historic TA truck stop in Hudson, Wisconsin, is celebrating it’s grand reopening this week.

Originally opened in July 1969 as “LaBon’s”, the truck stop has been a haven for truck drivers for decades. In its 47 years of operation, the truck stop has only been closed for a day or two during a nationwide truck driver strike in the 1970’s.

The Grand Reopening festivities kick off February 3 and will run through February 6. The reopening will kick off with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. on February 3.

From February 3-5, truck drivers can enjoy a classic throwback menu at the Country Pride Restaurant — complete with 1970’s prices. That means you can get a full stack of pancakes for $2.50, a BLT sandwich for $2.89, or you can enjoy a La-Bon Burger for only $3.99.

On the last day of the reopening, the truck stop will be giving away $250 gift cards to customers all day long.

The Hudson Star-Observer


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