Good news for travelers as Pilot opens its newest Travel Center on I-10 | Business
Pilot Flying J has officially opened its latest Travel Center, just east of Tucson along I-10, according to a recent news release.
The new travel center features full amenities for area residents and the traveling public, as well as adds 105 local jobs and other economic benefits to the community.
“We’re thrilled that our new travel center will serve the Tucson community as well as contribute to the local economy,” said Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam, in a recent news release. “We hope the local residents and those traveling through the Tucson area will enjoy the convenience and amenities of our new Pilot Travel Center.”
Located off the I-10 at exit 268 (5570 E. Travel Plaza Way,) the travel center offers many amenities, including:
- Eight diesel lanes and 12 gasoline lanes with high-speed pumps for quicker refueling
- Two RV fuel lanes
- Subway, Taco Bell and Cinnabon
- Expanded food offerings to include pizza, soup, salads, sandwiches and hot dogs
- Premium coffee and cappuccino selections
- Everyday products for quick shopping needs
The new facility is Pilot Flying J's 13th in Arizona and its 667th overall in the U.S. This latest Travel Center is expected to contribute more than $4.4 million annually in state and local tax revenue.
“We invite Tucson residents to visit our new location,” said Steve Barnes, general manager for the Pilot Travel Center, in the same news release. “Our staff takes great pride in providing the quality service our guests deserve.”
The Tucson Pilot Travel Center honors the MyRewards loyalty card, through which members can earn in-store retail and restaurant discounts. In the past year, Pilot Flying J has opened 20 stores in the U.S. and three in Canada.
For more information go online to www.pilotflyingj.com