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Keeping the charm at Johnson's Corner

Even after acquisition, Johnson's Corner will maintain the same charm and character that patrons love.

Johnson's Corner
Johnson's Corner
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After 62 years of operating under the same family, the iconic Johnson's Corner was acquired by TravelCenters of America, the Denver Post reported. The restaurant, located off Interstate 25 just south of Loveland, was recognized by Travel & Leisure for having one of the "Ten Best Breakfasts in the World," and the was named the "Top Truck Stop Restaurant" in the country by the Food Network.  The restaurant is famous for its cinnamon rolls.

TravelCenters plans to expand the Johnson's Corner brand, specifically by producing and distributing the cinnamon rolls to some of the company's 250 other locations.  Gary Robinson, restaurant field manager for TravelCenters of America said, "Our intention is not to change anything." Despite the new ownership, Johnson's Corner will maintain the same charm and character that customers love.

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