New Restaurant Concept, Trucker Burger, Opens in Arizona

Knoxville, Tenn. — Pilot Company and its One9 Fuel Network have opened a new restaurant concept, Trucker Burger, located in the new Xpress Fuel travel center in Eloy, Ariz. Inspired by those who drive America and in collaboration with celebrity chef and restaurant owner Tim Love, Trucker Burger is a culinary roadside destination that offers a gourmet menu of diner classics.

“We’re thrilled to open a new Xpress Fuel and our first Trucker Burger restaurant in Eloy, Arizona,” says Jason Nordin, chief operator of Pilot Company. “We welcome our neighbors, travelers and professional drivers to stop with us for fuel, everyday conveniences and the tastiest food on the interstate.”

“I’m very excited to debut Trucker Burger in our first location,” says Love. “We spent many months perfecting the menu and I can’t wait to share our great new burger with you all!”

Trucker Burger is committed to a safe, clean and friendly experience and is following COVID-19 protocols, including requiring masks for team members and guests.

Trucker Burger is located at 3105 North Toltec Road off Exit 203 on I-10 in Eloy, Ariz. For more information, visit

Pilot Company is one of the leading suppliers of fuel and the largest operator of travel centers. Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., Pilot Company supplies more than 11 billion gallons of fuel per year. With more than 1,000 retail and fueling locations across both the Pilot Flying J Travel Center network and the One9Fuel Network, Pilot Company makes road travel easier with a variety of products, amenities and services. The One9 Fuel Network connects a variety of fuel stops to provide value, convenience and perks to fleets and professional drivers at more than 220 locations across the United States. For more information, visit

Tim Love is the chef and owner of Love Management Inc., which includes several restaurants in Texas and Tennessee, and now Arizona. For more information, visit




SOURCE: Pilot Company


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