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Sorry, Tennessee. It's just about time for Texas to reclaim the largest Buc-ee's location in America.

On November 16, ground will be broken on the largest Buc-ee's ever built. No, this one won't be built in Lubbock or in Amarillo, but instead will be built in Central Texas, replacing a smaller location that has been open since 2003.

The biggest Buc-ee's will be built in Luling, Texas and will check in at 75,000 square feet. That's a lot of Beaver Nuggets. The new location will also have 120 fueling positions according to KXAN. Plus, a ton of food and beverages, and yes even home goods and art.

“Buc-ee’s favorites including Texas barbeque, homemade fudge, kolaches, Beaver Nuggets, jerky and fresh pastries will all be available,” the travel center said.

According to a release, throughout the project, Buc-ee’s corporate development team will work closely with local partners, including the City of Luling, the Luling Economic Development Corporation, and Caldwell County.

The location anticipates adding even more jobs to the area by employing at least 200 team members.

And of course we can't forget about one of the best thing about Buc-ee's. The large and clean bathrooms. Seriously, their bathroom are fantastic and always clean. I've never seen one that is in bad shape or isn't clean.

While Buc-ee's won't be coming to Lubbock anytime soon, or ever, they will be in Amarillo at some point.

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