This week, Love’s Travel Stops opened a new location that will add nearly 100 truck parking spots to their Georgia network in addition to making a large donation to an Oklahoma City social justice program.
On June 18, Love’s announced the opening of a new store off of U.S. Highway 280 in Ellabell, Georgia.
Amenities for the new location include 97 truck parking spaces, an Arby’s restaurant, nine diesel bays, seven showers, Love’s Truck Care with on-site Speedco, laundry facilities, a CAT scale, and a dog park.
“We’re excited to open our 13th location in Georgia and another convenient location for professional truck drivers on this important East Coast corridor,” said Tom Love, founder and executive chairman of Love’s. “We place Love’s in locations that are easily accessible so we can help get drivers back on the road quickly. Bryan County is the perfect location to do that.”
Also this week, Love’s announced a major multi-year donation to the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City.
For the next three years, Love’s says that they will donate $150,000 a year to the organization in an attempt to fight racial inequality in the black community.
“We have always valued the communities in which our customers and team members live and work. Love’s has had a long-standing partnership with the Urban League, and we are honored to continue to support their initiatives,” said Jenny Love Meyer, executive vice president and chief culture officer of Love’s. “Here at Love’s we actively work to establish an environment that is inclusive and embraces the power of differences, ideas and backgrounds in team members and customers. We stand against all forms of racism and injustices.”