Here at Love's Travel Stops, we have prioritized the health and safety of our employees and our customers for more than 55 years. That priority remains the same even during the COVID-19 pandemic. A few things we have done to keep our teams safe include: Increased the frequency of cleaning & disinfecting surfaces. Installed hand sanitizing stations throughout the store. Installed plexiglass partitions at checkout counters to reduce contact between guests and employees. Encouraged social-distancing practices. Provided Love's branded face coverings to all of our team members. Required the use of face coverings for all customers. Join us at #TeamLoves! As an essential business that supports America's trucking industry, Love's is looking to hire more than 2,000 employees for its travel stops, country stores, truck care centers and Speedco locations. Apply today at jobs.loves.com or text TEAMLOVES to 76129.
"Even the little gestures, like celebrating birthdays or our Employee of the Month, makes people realize that we're all in this together. If you show your employees they're valued, they'll do whatever you need them to do," Love's General Manager Jamal Moore said.
Love’s has always valued the communities in which its customers and team members live and work. As a continuation of those values, we are strengthening our longtime partnership with the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City through a $450,000 donation spread over three years. We will continue to do our part in supporting the communities we serve and work to eliminate inequalities and injustices for everyone. To learn more about our partnership with the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, click the link.
We are proud of the outstanding work Love’s and Speedco teams are doing across the country as they support the nation’s essential trucking industry during the COVID-19 response. As a sign of Love’s continuing appreciation for those teams, we are extending the pay increases and free employee meals through May 12.
Our team members are the heart of Love’s operations. We want to thank them for the hard work and dedication they’ve shown to America’s professional truckers in a national emergency. Love’s is giving our store employees a $2/hour raise for an indefinite period and a bonus as a token of our gratitude for all they do. “Unprecedented times means unprecedented measures and that’s what Love’s is doing as a company,” said Shane Wharton, president of Love’s. “The fantastic work of these employees deserves to be rewarded. By serving professional drivers, they’re a part of getting America’s vital goods, including medical and food supplies, delivered throughout the country.”
As an essential business, Love’s Travel Stops knows the value of having the best people on our team to keep our customers on the road. If you’re in the market for a job right now, take a look at our job opportunities at jobs.loves.com. We have immediate openings! When you join #TeamLoves, you join a family.
Mechanics and tire technicians – here’s your next big career move: Our second annual National Hiring Day event is Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit any of our 380+ Speedco, Inc. or Love's Truck Care locations for on-site interviews, a free lunch and on-the-spot job offers, if qualified. Click the link to learn more and RSVP for the event. #TeamLoves #NationalHiringDay
Gemini Motor Transport's Lonnie Laurie shares accomplishments and obstacles he’s experienced in his many years in the trucking industry. #TeamLoves
With growth at Love's continuing, we need great people who care about our customers and communities to join us along the way.
“Titan is an example of what we want in an employee. He keeps the customers coming back, makes the customers happy, has a friendly demeanor, very approachable, just does an outstanding job,” said Love’s 732 General Manager James Bohanan. “He’s a great employee. Does a really good job.” #TeamLoves