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Buc Ees Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: Buc-ee's Limited, 327 FM 2004, Lake Jackson, Texas 77566, United States
  • Phone Number: + 1 (979) 238-6390
  • Fax Number: +1- (979) 230-2931
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  N/A
  • Established: 1982
  • Founder:  Arch "Beaver" Aplin III and Don Wasek
  • Key People: Mr. Don Wasek

Buc Ees Headquarters Location & Directions

Buc Ees Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. Don Wasek

Co-Owner

Mr. Arch Aplin III

Co-Owner

About Buc Ees, History and Headquarters Information

Buc-ee's was incorporated by co-founders Don Wasek and Arch "Beaver" Aplin in Lake Jackson, Texas in 1982. It is headquartered in Lake Jackson, Texas.

Buc-ee's is an American company that owns and runs convenience stores and gas stations. All of them are spread in the Central, North, South, and Southeast regions of Texas and Robertsdale, Alabama. The chain is famous among the people of Texas for its very large-format stores and neat and tidy restrooms plus a logo which depicts a beaver. It offers a wide variety of products at its convenience stores such as fuel, cigarettes, tobacco, chips, drinks, and soft drinks. Its travel centers include exterior tunnel car washes, Texas-themed specialty gifts and food, products catering to hunters and river rafters, coffee shop, and a deli. The best part is that they are available 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.

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  • Patricia Ruemke says:

    My husband and I shop frequently at Bucees stores and have always been happy about doing so until today. We were shopping in the Temple Bucees as we have done many times and we found a monocular used to view when target shooting. It and all the monoculars had price stickers of $34.99 on them. When we went to check out, I noticed it rang up at $49.99. I told them the price said $34.99 and they called manager after manager to do something about it and each said they couldn’t do anything. One told us they would make it good for us, but she would have to get the lead supervisor to do it. The lead supervisor then came and told us that it was their mistake and they would remark the merchandise, but she would not sell it to us for $34.99. We think this is very bad business and am very upset with Bucees for not making good on what they did wrong especially after one manager told us they would.

     
  • Kelly Strack says:

    I just left the Buc-ee’s in Waller TX and couldn’t be more disappointed. It is12:00 on Friday October 4th. The women’s bathroom was disgusting, dirty and no toilet paper even when the holders hold more than one roll. Out of fried chips and were not making more at the time. When trying to check out, my family and I waited due to lane closures due to shift change. I thought Buc-ee’s was known for the cleanest restore around!? Extremely Disappointed!

     
  • Marie Quizon says:

    Would love the opportunity to work with your company via implementation of smart solutions that can only further elevate your customer experiences. Your concept is very exciting and just awesome.
    My contact and company info has been provided.

     
  • Francene Miller says:

    Buck on down with a Buck ee’s in Texarkana. Take another look, let it be your idea, cuz, we know from a customer stand point this location is a winner! We welcome thousands of visitors from Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana! Our visitors love our Twice as Nice City…2 States, 2 Cities , and 2 Counties all proud to be in the U.S.A.

     
  • Jennifer Skelton says:

    I believe you need to put a Buc-Ees in the panhandle. I live in Lubbock and visited a Buc-Ee’s down south this past weekend and think it would be great in this area with the colleges here!

     
  • LaRue Painter says:

    Please consider placing a Buc-ees in Abilene Texas on I-20 W the largest town between DFW and El Paso. So much available acreage to purchase and would do so well in this area. If you are leaving DFW headed west there is NOTHING other than run down establishments that I wouldn’t let my pet use much less my family. Odessa and Midland are OIL $$ and land is not obtainable on the interstate any longer and what is available is unreasonably priced. Cant get to either destination unless traveling county roads or I-20. Please consider as a possible new destination for my favorite travel spot. Thank you

     
  • Rachel R says:

    Good Afternoon, this weekend we traveled to Oklahoma… we stopped at the Buc-ee’s at New Braunfels, Temple, Forth Worth and Melissa and we noticed people standing outside / sitting on the curbs eating whatever they had bought to eat… some were sitting on the firewood bundles. so I thought having tables or just chairs would really help, instead of people driving and eating on the highway. hopefully you will concern something in that nature. thanks and have a great day!!

     
  • Catherine S. says:

    To the owners of Buccee’s and all concerned.
    I am a tremendous fan of Buccee’s, and buy gasoline, sweet tea, snacks, craft beer and many other items from this wonderful chain. I have applied many times to work at Buccee’s, and always I am stopped by the one rule which truly has me stumped as to why this policy is in granite. I have been informed multiple times that anyone that applies to work there, is required to work changing shifts. This I believe is not only a detriment to your business, but makes it seem that the owners are only about money, and that they do not really care about the people that are making them rich. The job opportunity is terrific, but why in the world do you stop some fantastic workers from coming on board with a most intolerable rule?? So many people have varying needs, but one of the biggest needs is to be able to work at a job that will accommodate so very many good workers crazy schedules. Case in point. I am a single woman, older but not old. I have extensive experience working with people, service jobs (e.g. restaurant work), and am also a vet. I help to care for my 93 year old WWII veteran father, and also home educated 7 sons, all of which are today gainfully employed. So my experiences raising 7 sons mostly alone, and working jobs on the side so I could stay home to be there for them and to train them to be honest, reliable and respectful young men, have made me an excellent communicator, service oriented manager type. But my forte and love is making good food for people. Yet I cannot work for Buccee’s unless I agree to work a changing shift. I simply cannot. I have a tutoring job in the afternoons and I also help my father before that. I need just mornings, the earlier the better. But that darn rule stops me, and also stops your company from hiring many needy or bored women, men, and young folks that have high standards of service and honesty, and a strong work ethic, that would love to come on board but can’t because they have other very important obligations; like caring for an elderly parent for part of each day, like me. The thing I think is unfair, is that management always states you have to work a flexible schedule, and that NO ONE works the same days or nights every day. But I have gone in for months to many Buccee’s, and the same people are on the SAME SHIFT EACH DAY or EVENING. Why is this, when they claim EVERYone has to work a changing shift??
    Well, too bad you have missed many fantastic, steady workers that have a plethora of life experience and are fun and enthusiastic in their jobs. And I am one of them.
    Rethink your policy. In the past, businesses were kinder and more caring about their employees. They put people in where it worked best for each person. That’s the way it should be.
    Thank you for your taking the time to read my essay. ; )
    Catherine S.

     
  • Tommy says:

    Would you please put a Buc Ees at Love Field?
    People would love a Mini Buc Ees and you would make a killing selling munchies that are way better than airport food!!

     
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