Bosselman Boss Shop opens in Nebraska

Bosselman Boss Truck Shops has opened a location Gretna, NE, at Exit 432 off Interstate 80. The facility is located adjacent to the Flying J Travel Plaza.

The Gretna Boss Shop is the company’s third shop to be built from the ground up and brings a total of 42 Boss Shops in 22 states, the company said.

“Boss Shops is excited to be building new shops at Pilot/Flying J Travel Centers across the United States,” said Charlie Bosselman, president of the Bosselman Companies and Boss Truck Shops, Inc.  “Our new ground-up shops feature a classy new look to greet drivers, while offering the same hometown service experience.”

The shop is part of the UNI-MAXX Truck Care network.

“Boss Shops are working hard to broaden our footprint across the country in the truck repair business,” said Bosselman. “At 42 Boss Shops strong, this will greatly benefit both existing and new customers. The trucking industry is constantly looking for repair facilities that they can trust to do their over-the-road work for them, and after 65 years in this industry, Boss Shops are fulfilling that need through quality service, competitive pricing, and locations throughout the nation.”

Boss Shops offer ASE certified technicians, tires, quick lube oil changes, preventative maintenance, brake, electrical, drive train, air conditioning and other repairs, as well as roadside service. Tire lines available include Michelin, Bridgestone, Goodyear, and DynaTrac, and a wide variety of accessories for the industry, such as cargo control, chrome items, and more. 

Drivers can also enroll in the MAXXCARE Rewards program, a card-based program that rewards points based on purchases in any UNI-MAXX Truck Care network shop.  Boss Shops gladly service large nation-wide fleets as well as regional and local fleets.

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