Ontario is known as the land of lakes, culture, commerce… and perhaps also for its busy roads & highways. As Canadians begin returning to their pre-pandemic lives – vacations, business trips, and daily work commutes, they’re rediscovering the necessity & intricacies of the little stops along the way to their eventual destination.
“We are the only stop that allows you to turn right off the highway and stay on your journey.” Says Melanie Teed-Murch, CEO of ONroute. With 23 locations across highways 400 & 401, Most Ontario travellers are familiar with the company as a traditional stopping spot, but they’ve been working hard to go above and beyond merely a pitstop
Onroute, ONmarket, & many of their service partners maintained 24 hour, 7 days per week availability to consumers, even during the pandemic. During that time, however, they’ve worked to add new partners & services to their repertoire, such as Starbucks & Popeyes.
As ONroute firmly sets it their goal to serve & surpass traveller needs, Melanie offers this consideration: “We’re known for clean bathrooms… for having brands that people love. What we wanna be known for is that you found more than you thought that you’d see on your trip at ONroute. That’s the benchmark that we’ve set for ourselves.”