Huber Heights – Buc-ee’s a national convenience store and fueling center chain has set its sights on Ohio for the next state to get the mega gas station experience.
Plans submitted to the city of Huber Heights show a 75,000-square-foot Buc-ee’s on a 52-acre site at the northeast corner of the Interstate 70/State Route 235 interchange this location is close to the Mongomery county-Clark county line.
“Yes, this is Huber Heights, not New Carlisle or Park Layne,” Gore said in the post. “Representatives from Buc-ee’s will be at the planning commission meeting on Tuesday August 15th. You won’t have to drive to Kentucky now to get your beef jerky and brisket sandwiches. Welcome to Huber Heights Buc-cee’s,” said Huber Heights Mayor Jeff Gore
Buc-ee’s started in Texas during the summer of 1982 they are known for their snacks including beef jerky and sandwiches, along with clean stations.