Love’s Travel Stops opens in Enid, OK

June 28, 2016
Love’s adds more than 60 parking spaces

Drivers traveling on U.S. Highway 412 have a new place to purchase fuel, snacks and more, as Love’s Travel Stops opened its doors for business in Enid, OK, at 42nd Street. Enid marks Love’s third location to open in Oklahoma this year and 70th overall in the Sooner State.

“We are excited to open a new store on U.S. Highway 412 just outside of Enid,” said Greg Love, co-CEO of Love’s. “With the strong local economic activity as well as the trucks servicing the oil fields, we feel our Customers will enjoy additional parking, dining options and other driver services along this major thoroughfare.”

The 8,000-sq.-ft. facility is open 24/7. The new Love’s features 63 truck-parking spaces, five showers, RFID cardless fueling, CAT scales and other driver services. Customers can also enjoy gourmet coffee, fresh fruit, gift items, a Carl’s Jr. restaurant and more.

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