in Georgia USA
March 29, 2008 5:21 am
Yeah I'm from Eastman, GA and I wanted to know why the original Stucky's is just sitting around and doing nothing. IT SHOULD BE RE-OPENED! It's a shame that the first one ever built is now just an empty building while others are still opened and are in business.
in Mississippi USA
March 15, 2008 6:05 pm
At least once a year I would travel with my parents from Ms to Ca, 3 day trip in the late 70's. My fondest memeories of those long trips as a child, were stopping at Stucky's stores. I now am 36 years old and was wondering if the Stuckys were still in existance, so I could take my 4 year old daughter- Mariah- to visit and relive one of my favorite memories.I remember my mom buying the famous pecan logs. And loved the trinkets!
in Idaho USA
March 14, 2008 1:52 pm
Many years ago when I was in my teens and traveled with my Aunt and Uncle, I remember stopping at Stuckeys. My favorite at that time was Pecan Glaze. I do not see it listed on your webpage so you may not have it now. It was so good we always took some with us in the car. Maybe someday I will get back to the East coast and once again be able to visit at a Stuckey's location.
in Georgia USA
March 05, 2008 11:48 pm
My grandmother was Mr. Stuckey's personal secretrary and growing up in my town, Eastman, where Stuckey's was founded, was full of stories of the Stuckey family
in Texas USA
February 29, 2008 3:03 pm
When my brother and I were growing up, our grandparents worked for some people that owned several stuckey's stores. I believe their name was Kemp. Anyway, the best times of our lives were spent staying with my grandparents in the attatched homes behind the stores. We had little Stuckey's uniforms and everything. Good times.