According to a post from the mayor of Huber Heights, Ohio will soon have its first-ever Buc-ee’s.
A network of convenience stores and gas stations called Buc-ee’s is well recognized for its fresh food, clean bathrooms, and amiable beaver mascot.
Mayor of Huber Heights Jeff Gore announced the launch of the city’s first Buc-ee’s in a Facebook post.
“The rumors you have heard are TRUE! The very first BUC-EE’S in the state of Ohio is coming to Huber Heights,” Gore said in the post.
The Buc-ee’s will be situated on the northeast corner of the interchange of Interstates 235 and 70.
Gore announced that Buc-ee’s representatives would attend the planning commission meeting on August 15.
“You won’t have to drive to Kentucky now to get your beef jerky and brisket sandwiches! Welcome to Huber Heights Buc-ee’s. We’re happy to have you,” Gore ended the post.
In Richmond, Kentucky, at 1013 Buc-ee’s Blvd., the state’s first Buc-ee’s restaurant was established last year.
Buc-ees are frequently found in Texas, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida in addition to Kentucky.