Buc-ee’s to commence construction on Georgia’s biggest site

Buc-ee’s, the renowned Texas-based chain of travel centers distinguished by its beaver mascot, has revealed its plans to commence construction on its third Georgia-based establishment on January 29th. This colossal gas station and convenience store will be strategically positioned just off Interstate-95, approximately an hour south of Savannah. Moreover, its location near prominent vacation destinations such as Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, and Sea Island further enhances its allure.

In an official statement, Stan Beard, the esteemed Director of Real Estate for Buc-ee’s, emphasized the significance of Brunswick as a pivotal stopover between the chain’s existing Florida and South Carolina locations. He highlighted the remarkable synergy between Brunswick’s prime interstate proximity and the captivating allure of Georgia’s breathtaking coastline.

Distinguishing itself from its predecessors, this forthcoming Buc-ee’s emporium in Brunswick will span an impressive 74,000 square feet and encompass an astounding 120 fueling positions. This ambitious endeavor will unquestionably cement its status as the largest Buc-ee’s establishment within the state of Georgia. Previous Atlanta Business Chronicle reports indicate that the existing Buc-ee’s locations in Warner Robins and Calhoun encompass a comparatively smaller expanse of 53,000 square feet.

Anticipation is mounting among locals and tourists alike as Buc-ee’s prepares to unveil its latest Georgia-based venture. With its grand scale, comprehensive array of amenities, and strategic location, this new addition to the Buc-ee’s empire is poised to redefine the travel center experience for all who pass through its doors. As the groundbreaking ceremony approaches, excitement continues to mount, solidifying Buc-ee’s unwavering commitment to providing exceptional service, convenience, and unbridled luxury to its valued patrons.

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