Love’s Travel Stops Opens in Chanute, Kansas

Love's Travel Stops

(OKLAHOMA CITY, February 9, 2017) – Love’s Travel Stop in Chanute, Kansas, opened for business this morning. Love’s 22nd location in Kansas brings driver services to U.S. Highway 169 at 190th Road.

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“The opening of the new store allows us to serve more Customers with the ‘Clean Places, Friendly Faces’ Love’s is known for along the well-traveled U.S. Highway 169,” said Greg Love, co-CEO of Love’s. “Chanute is in a great location for drivers traveling to and from Kansas City and Tulsa, Oklahoma, and beyond. We look forward to providing a safe place to park to more drivers in a new part of Kansas.”

The Chanute location is Love’s second travel stop along U.S. Highway 169. The first Love’s on the highway opened last year in Nowata, Oklahoma, approximately 70 miles south of Chanute.

The new Love’s is open 24/7. It offers an Arby’s restaurant, fresh fruit, gift items, name-brand snacks and more. The travel stop also offers services for professional drivers, including truck parking, showers, CAT scales and other amenities.

Love’s will celebrate the opening by donating $2,000 to Communities in Schools of Mid-America at Southeast Kansas, a dropout prevention organization that partners area students with critical community resources.

About Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores

Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Founded in 1964, Love’s has more than 410 locations in 40 states. Love’s provides professional truck drivers and motorists with 24-hour access to clean and safe places to purchase gasoline, diesel fuel, travel items, electronics, snacks and more, as well as a selection of restaurant offerings. On-site Love’s Truck Tire Care centers offer roadside assistance, tire care and light mechanical services for professional truck drivers. Showers, CAT scales and other services for professional truck drivers are also available. Love’s, which remains family-owned and operated, employs more than 17,000 people. To learn more, visit