The Tennessean Travel Stop was selected based on in-app truck driver ratings, reviews and feedback by Truckers Path. Trucker Path determines the top 20 truckstops, then the top five are voted on by app users. Each Best Truck Stops facility receives a window decal honoring the location.
“We have more than 6,000 chain and independent truckstops listed in the Trucker Path app and we’re constantly adding new locations,” said Steven Lopez, vice president of business development at Trucker Path. “What users tell us is that truckstop reviews and ratings in the app by their fellow drivers help them find locations that offer some of the best facilities for parking, restaurant options and food quality, amenities like showers, repair services, laundry facilities and Wi-Fi, and customer service. Trucker Path Best Truck Stops recognition lets drivers know they’ve come to the right place.”
The Tennessean Travel Stop in Cornersville, Tennessee, has been family-owned and operated since 1974. It is located 60 miles south of Nashville at exit 22 off Interstate 65.
“We are proud to win the Truckers Choice Award,” said Gregory H. Sachs, owner of the Tennessean. “It’s a tremendous honor to be recognized by our customers as one of the top five independent truckstops in the country. Our staff understands how tough it is for drivers out on the road. We work hard to welcome drivers into the Tennessean every day, striving to offer the best service possible. We share a genuine sense of pride standing shoulder to shoulder with our heroes of the highway.”
The other four independent locations honored with the award were Noble's Restaurant and Truck Stop in Corinth, Kentucky, Big Apple Travel Center in Joplin, Missouri, Russell’s Truck & Travel Center in Glenrio, New Mexico, and Gee Cee's Truck Stop in Toledo, Washington.
Truckers Path also honored the top five chain truckstops. They were Mach 1 #12 in Frankfort, Illinois, Love's Travel Stop # 763 in Hampshire, Illinois, the Sapp Bros Travel Center location in Harrisonville, Missouri, Flying J Travel Center #1171 in Mesquite, Nevada, and Mr. Gas Travel Center in Jerome, Idaho.
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