The first travel plaza was bought in 1990 in the small town of Tilbury, Ontario. It was known as the 18 Wheeler Truck Stop. After buying this facility we charged ourselves with the task of providing the best possible customer service combined with competitive fuel pricing. Through this philosophy we were able to achieve a level of success which enabled us to acquire our second facility in Chatham, Ontario. The Chatham facility was known as the Bloomfield Truck Stop. As the years went by and many of our customers became close friends we decided that there was a need of a travel plaza on highway 402. We bought a raw piece of land off exit 25 in the township of Plympton and we developed another travel plaza there which was known as the Sarnia Service Centre. Sometime later we bought another parcel of land in the city of Sarnia and developed another travel plaza there which was known as the 402 Travel Centre.
As of now all of our facilities will be run under a new brand called Eagle Travel Plaza. Even though the name of the facilities has changed you can still expect the same great customer service and competitive fuel pricing that we dedicated ourselves to in 1990.
As always our goal is to continue building a strong brand and network where our customers always come first.