Bosselman Boss Shops opens 6 new facilities

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The Bosselman Family of Companies and Bosselman Boss Shops announced 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 Pennsylvania. The new Boss Shop locations include Corbin, Pendleton and Lebanon Junction, Ky.; Memphis and Evansville (Haubstadt), Ind.; and Smithton, Pa.

Under the leadership of Chip Huber, Q Fix has a 24-hour roadside assistance program that will be added to the Boss Shop nationwide network. Bosselman, which now has 34 Boss Shops in 20 states, is part of the Pilot, Flying J and Wingfoot networks.

“Boss Shops are working hard to broaden our footprint across the country in the truck repair business,” says Chuck Bosselman, chairman of the board of Boss Truck Shops Inc. “Adding the Q Fix Shop locations to our network 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.”

Boss Shops offer tires, quick lube oil changes, preventive maintenance and brake, electrical, drivetrain, air conditioning and other repairs, as well as roadside service. Boss Shops carry Bridgestone, Michelin, Goodyear and DynaTrac tires. Boss Shop Chrome Stores feature a wide variety of products to trick out a truck. Drivers also can enroll in the Boss Shops Rewards program, a card-based program that rewards points based on purchases in any Boss Shop. Boss Shops service large nationwide fleets as well as regional and local fleets.