KNOXVILLE, Tenn. & WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J.—Pilot Flying J is introducing its first-ever Thanksgiving meal with a discount, rolling out new seasonal beverage flavors and extending its 10-cent gas discount.
Pilot Flying J’s new Thanksgiving entree includes a brown sugar-glazed ham, mashed sweet potatoes and cornbread stuffing. The meal will be available at more than 150 participating Pilot and Flying J travel centers from now 1 through December while supplies last. Pilot Flying J will offer a 25% off deal on this meal through the myRewards Plus app at participating locations from November 21–27 during Thanksgiving week.
“Nothing brings people together like food and our first-ever Thanksgiving meal is one way we’re getting in the holiday spirit,” said Jason Nordin, Pilot Flying J’s chief operator. “For those looking to make the most of their holiday shopping and travels, Pilot Flying J is the ultimate on-the-go option to save on gas and gifts while treating yourself to a classic seasonal meal or coffee.”
Pilot Flying J is also rolling out several new flavors to its seasonal beverage menu, including White Chocolate Candy Cane Hot Chocolate and Peppermint Mocha Creamer. These limited-time hot beverages, along with a full line-up of premium coffees, will bring guests extra cheer in Pilot’s specially designed holiday cups.
Additionally, Pilot Flying J is extending its 10-cent gas discount through December 31. Guests can save 10 cents on every gallon of gas by stopping at any participating Pilot or Flying J travel center and scanning or entering their myRewards Plus number at the pump.
Meanwhile, QuickChek is donating 25 cents for every “Thanksgiving Everyday” sub sandwich it sells from now through November 27 to the Check-Out Hunger fundraising campaign, benefiting those in need ahead of and during the upcoming holidays.
This is the third year the company is offering its Thanksgiving-themed menu for its customers and as a part of its annual contribution to the Check-Out Hunger campaign.
“For us, Thanksgiving is more than one day to be thankful, it is a season of ‘thanks’ and a time where we can help those in need in our communities as the holiday season approaches,” said QuickChek Divisional Vice President Don Leech, whose company has received awards for its foodservice innovation and for its commitment to giving back to its communities.
QuickChek has raised $920,055 for local food banks during the eight years it has been a Check-Out Hunger campaign partner. QuickChek’s support is year-round. Company executives, support center personnel and local store team members’ efforts include volunteering at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Island Harvest and America’s Grow-a-Row.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Murphy USA, QuickChek has 161 store locations throughout New Jersey, New York’s Hudson Valley and Long Island.