The sale was previously announced in November.
“These seven stops significantly enhance our network by shrinking the distance our customers travel to receive service in the Upper Midwest,” said Pilot Flying J president & CEO Jimmy Haslam. “The centers are also very driver-driven facilities. We know the professional driver will enjoy and want to take advantage of this expanded network.”
In addition to Pilot Flying J’s acquisition, the companies agreed to expand Bosselman’s Boss Truck Shops repair facilities to 20 additional Pilot Flying J locations across the country.
The newly acquired centers are located in Des Moines (Altoona), Iowa; Colby, Kansas; Salina, Kansas; Rapid City, South Dakota; Big Springs, Nebraska; Wood River, Nebraska; and Elm Creek, Nebraska.
At these locations, Pilot Flying J is increasing fast food offerings, adding DEF at the pump and implementing the company’s loyalty program, as well as enhancing showers and remodeling rest rooms.
“The transition has been a smooth one, and professional drivers and traveling motorists will enjoy many of the same amenities that are available at all Pilot Flying J locations nationwide,” Haslam said.