Bosselman Boss Shops Opens Six New Shops

New sites include five former Q Fix Truck Service locations.

The Bosselman Family of Companies and Bosselman Boss Shops are opening six new Boss Shop locations: five former Q Fix Truck Service Shops with locations in Kentucky and southern Indiana, and a former Flying J Shop location in Smithton, Pa.

The Q Fix organization offers over-the-road truck repair business in their markets.  Under the leadership of Chip Huber, Q Fix has built up a loyal customer base and has become quite well known for their 24-hour roadside assistance program, which the company noted would be a great addition to the Boss Shop nationwide network.

Adding these six shops to the Bosselman operations brings a total of 34 Boss Shops in 20 states, making Bosselman Boss Shops one of America’s largest service center chains, reaching from east to west and north to south. As part of the Pilot, Flying J and Wingfoot networks, Boss Shop customers are expected to gain additional value with complete coast-to-coast warranty coverage and high standards of service.

“Boss Shops are working hard to broaden our footprint across the country in the truck repair business,” said Chuck Bosselman, chairman of the Board of Boss Truck Shops Inc. “Adding the Q Fix Shop locations to our network, now at 34 Shops, will greatly benefit both existing and new customers. The trucking industry is constantly looking for repair facilities that they can trust to do their over-the-road work for them, and after 63 years in this industry, Boss Shops are fulfilling that need through quality service, competitive pricing, and locations throughout the nation. We’ve been around since 1948, back when my Uncle Al started out with just one shop on the old Lincoln Highway in Grand Island, Nebraska. I’m excited and pleased to continue providing this quality, hometown service at our Boss Shops across the USA and to support the trucking industry as a whole.”

The new Boss Shop locations include: Corbin, Pendleton, and Lebanon Junction, Ky.; Memphis and Evansville (Haubstadt), Ind., and Smithton, Pa.

The Bosselman Family of Companies, headquartered in Grand Island, Neb., owns and operates 42 Pump & Pantry convenience stores; a Hampton Inn, three Pump & Pantry Motels and two Motel 6 franchises; eight Bosselman Travel Centers; six Grandma Max’s and Max’s Highway Diner Restaurants, Sam Bass’ Saloon & Steakhouse, and Schmooter’s; Food Courts including Subway, Little Caesars, Wendy’s, and Caribou Coffee; 34 Boss Shops; and the Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team.


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