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Love's Dunn location reopens with more trucker amenities after remodel

Love's Travel Stops has reinvigorated its Dunn, North Carolina, location off I-95, offering truckers an array of amenities after a multimillion-dollar remodel.

Reopening: The freshly refurbished truck stop at 3948 Hodges Chapel Road, operational since March 28, features 55 truck parking spaces, eight showers, a CAT Scale, and laundry facilities.

The strategy: This makeover is part of Love’s $1 billion Strategic Remodel Initiative, aiming to renovate 200 stores within five years to enhance the service experience for customers.

  • Upgraded stores will sport modern designs with open-kitchen layouts, diverse dining options, and revamped Truck Care and Speedco locations.
  • The average investment for each store's transformation falls between $2 million and $7 million.

Customer-centric: Love's keeps its locations open during renovations, minimizing disruptions and maintaining fast service, ensuring drivers are back on the road swiftly according to Love's.

Looking ahead: In addition to refurbishing existing stores, Love's also plans to unveil 25 new locations in 2023, further confirming its dedication to providing clean and well-maintained stops for the trucking community.

By the numbers: Love's caters to professional truck drivers across 42 states with over 610 travel stops, highlighting its significant role in the U.S. trucking landscape.

As for the North Carolina community, the return of the Dunn Love's Travel Stop brings back a trusted resource for truckers passing through or working in the area.

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