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Buc-ee’s Concludes First ‘Peach State’ Grand Opening In Warner Robins

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Buc-ee’s convenience store opened its newest travel center in Warner Robins, Georgia, at 6 a.m. on Nov. 19. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held in conjunction with the Warner Robins Chamber of Commerce and local and state officials. Buc-ees Warner Robins

“There’s a whole lot of similarities with where I’m from in Texas and Georgia and the South, so we’ve been anxious to get here. The people are wonderful, and we are looking forward to a prosperous future,” said Buc-ee’s Co-Owner and Founder Arch “Beaver” Aplin III.

Attendees for Buc-ee’s grand opening included local and state politicians and leaders in the community such as Mayor Randy Toms, Peach County Commission Chairman Martin Moseley, Commissioner Roy Lewis, Fort Valley Mayor Barbara Williams, Houston County Commissioner Gail Robinson, Centerville Mayor John Harley, U.S. Rep. Robert Dickey, U.S. Rep. Pattie Bentley, Rep. Heath Clark and Rep. Shaw Blackmon.

Founded in 1982, Buc-ee’s now has 39 stores across Texas, Alabama and Georgia, and plans to open its first Florida outpost in 2021. Buc-ee’s is known for pristine bathrooms, the most competitively priced gasoline, friendly service, Buc-ee’s apparel and fresh food.

Originally launched and still headquartered in Texas, Buc-ee’s has combined traditional quality and modern efficiency to redefine traveling for their customers. For more information, visit buc-ees.com.

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