Photo Story: First time at Buc-ee’s

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The Buc-ee’s in Warner Robins opened in Nov. 2020 and continues to attract visitors from across the state and the South. Buc-ee’s travel center houses 53,000 square feet and over 100 gasoline pumps. Buc-ee’s offers travelers coming from I-75 a place to refuel, grab a meal and shop through merchandise that ranges from clothing to kitchenware. 

Buc-ee’s employee Joseph Hortman on Feb. 18, 2021 in Buc-ee’s Warner Robins location. Hortman and a co-worker said it’s easy to tell when someone is a first time Bucc-ee’s visitor. They agreed first time visitors spend their time taking pictures and videos. Photo by Macee Palmer
First-time visitors Madlyn Robertson and her older brother pictured with Buc-ee’s merchandise on Feb. 18, 2021 in Buc-ee’s Warner Robins location. The Robertson siblings were accompanied by their parents. The family stopped at Buc-ee’s as they were traveling back to North Georgia from Florida. Photo by Macee Palmer
Madlyn Robertson pictured on Feb. 18, 2021 in the Buc-ee’s Warner Robins location. Madlyn was accompanied by her dad in the “Old Favs” candy section in Buc-ee’s. Robertson’s dad asked if she thought she would get all the candy she picked out, Robertson nodded her head. Photo by Macee Palmer
Michael and Melissa Taylor pictured on Feb. 18, 2021 in the Buc-ee’s Warner Robins location. First time visitors Micheal and Melissa were surprised at the amount of clothing available in Buc-ee’s. The Taylors shopped for clothing for their young granddaughter during their visit. Photo by Macee Palmer
Tristen Ellis and Hannah Darity pictured on Feb. 18, 2021 in the Buc-ee’s Warner Robins location. Ellis and Darity used Buc-ee’s pressed penny machine to commemorate their first visit. Photo by Macee Palmer