TA gains some clout in travel center industry

Feb. 1, 2005
TravelCenters of America (TA) has completed its acquisition of 11 Rip Griffin interstate travel centers from Truck Service Center Inc (Rip Griffin). With

TravelCenters of America (TA) has completed its acquisition of 11 Rip Griffin interstate travel centers from Truck Service Center Inc (Rip Griffin).

With this addition, TA strengthens its position in the travel center industry by adding prime western and southwestern locations in seven states and expanding the TA network to 160 locations in 41 states and Canada. This acquisition enables TA to provide a more comprehensive facility network to trucking companies and motorists across the United States, particularly those in the southwestern United States.

Amenities at the Rip Griffin locations include diesel fuel, gasoline, large parking lots, full-service restaurants, retail stores, truck service and maintenance shops, quick-serve restaurants, showers, and game rooms.

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