TravelCenters of America
TravelCenters of America opens its 300th location in Walton, Kentucky.

TA celebrates 300th travel center milestone

Feb. 27, 2024
To recognize this milestone, TravelCenters of America is awarding 3,000 professional drivers double fuel points when using UltraONE Loyalty.

TravelCenters of America is celebrating opening its 300th travel center at the newly rebuilt TA in Walton, Kentucky. 

"Celebrating this achievement is very exciting for both our team members and guests, and we are committed to continued growth and innovation to provide an outstanding experience for all travelers who visit us," Debi Boffa, CEO of TravelCenters of America, said. "We look forward to welcoming guests into our newly rebuilt Walton, Kentucky, travel center, which provides a welcoming, pleasant atmosphere with excellent amenities."

See also: BP acquires TravelCenters of America for $1.3 billion

A celebration will be held Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. at TA Walton, including a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the new 12,200-square-foot building featuring dining options such as HWY Kitchen, KFC, a store with hot and cold food and beverage options, along with TA Truck Service and other amenities. 

To recognize the 300th milestone, TA is awarding 3,000 professional drivers double fuel points when using UltraONE Loyalty and is holding an Instagram contest giving all guests the chance to win one of thirty $100 BP gift cards.

TA Walton brings 100 new jobs to the local community. In honor of the site opening, TA is donating $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank, the largest emergency food and services provider to children and families in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana.

This year, TA plans to open 20 new locations. Other 2024 initiatives include:  

  • Adding 1,600 new truck parking spaces.
  • Installing biodiesel blending infrastructure and BP Pulse EV charging stations at select sites throughout the country.
  • Improving guest touchpoints through enhanced store layouts and new benefits to its loyalty program.
  • Upgrading TA Truck Service mobile maintenance and emergency roadside assistance vehicles to serve its fleet customers and professional drivers better.
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