Travel center donates $10,000 to Tumwater School District to celebrate branch remodel


The newly revamped Pilot Travel Center in Tumwater donated $10,000 to the Tumwater School District (TSD) to honor its remodel and its commitment to giving back, as stated in its press release.

A Center representative said the grant would go towards technology for learning recovery, including headphones and other items for TSD's elementary students.

The remodel and donation come as part of the company’s store modernization initiative, New Horizons, where they invest $1 billion to renovate over 400 locations across their network.

Pilot Travel Center remodel

Pilot Travel Center's interior.
Pilot Travel Center's interior.
Pilot Travel Center's interior.
Pilot Travel Center's interior.

The renovated center at 2430 93rd Avenue SW is ready to welcome customers back with a new facade and improved amenities after a curb-to-counter remodel.

Updates to the travel center include refreshed restrooms and showers, a new kitchen, three new self-checkouts, new public laundry facilities, and remodeled Subway and Cinnabon.

“We are excited to showcase our newly updated travel center with the Tumwater community and the travelers we serve every day,” said Allison Cornish, Senior Vice President of Store Modernization and Development at Pilot Travel Centers LLC.

According to its press release, Pilot Travel Centers LLC keeps North America's drivers moving as the leading energy and experience provider people rely on to fuel their journeys.


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