Love’s Travel Stop Opening At Nickajack Lake

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Love’s Travel Stops (Love’s) at Nickajack Lake, Tn., on I-24, Exit 158, will open its doors for business Thursday.

Love’s is a 24/7 operation featuring Subway and McDonald’s restaurants, a gourmet coffee selection, a variety of fountain drinks, fresh fruit, name-brand snacks, travel items, gift merchandise and more. This location will also have 94 parking spaces for professional truck drivers and a Love’s Truck Tire Care center on site.

To celebrate the new opening, Love’s will hold a ribbon cutting at the location on Thursday, Oct. 31, at 11 a.m. They will also present a $2,000 donation to the Marion County Sheriff’s Department Needy Families Christmas cause.

“We couldn’t be more honored to call the Nickajack Lake area home and to contribute to the economic growth of the area,” said Tom Love, founder and CEO of Love’s Travel Stops. “We are committed to the communities where we operate and look forward to offering Nickajack Lake the ‘Clean Places, Friendly Faces’ Love’s is known for nationwide.” 

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