in Maryland USA
September 14, 2003 9:44 pm
This is great! Job well done, it took alot of hard work and a lot of meetings, but you did it. Congrat, specially to BC, and to all of you guys. oh you too JB. I will be seeing you soon.
in Georgia USA
September 11, 2003 5:17 pm
is there still a presence of "Stuckey's" in Eastman, Georgia. Has there ever been thoughts of developing a store as a museum in the hometown of the company, along the newly improved Hwy 341?
in Florida USA
September 10, 2003 3:52 pm
Sesame Stix,Pecan Milkshakes, I luvvv Stukeys and miss it so much. Im so happy that there is a website now
in Florida USA
August 31, 2003 10:37 pm
Just about every year in the 60's and earlier, my father and mother packed us in the car and drove the 1400 miles or so from NYC to southern Florida, where we vacationed for several weeks.
Stuckey's brings back such wonderful memories of those trips. We always stopped at Stuckey's for treats, food, souvenirs, and fun. I remember the vanilla milkshakes and hot dogs hit the spot of my 10 year old stomach.
It's also pretty good more than four decades later!
In a child's mind, I could remember thinking that when we saw the first Stuckey's, then we were really in the South now!
Well, now I live in Florida, and I am delighted that Stuckey's once again flourishes. Stuckey's is without a doubt a unique American icon representing joy, fun, freedom, and good times in America.
I am a customer for life, and will now take full advantage of your website.
May Stuckey's remain forever. God bless.
in Colorado USA
August 30, 2003 6:33 am
Will Stuckey's be reopening
stores in colorado or New mexico?
I remember the Gallup Stuckey's
as well as grants and one outside of Alberquire, NM.
if you have photo's of these please send them
also was there a Stuckeys near pueblo, tridad, co Springs or Denver?