in South Dakota USA
April 12, 2013 8:14 pm
Loved stopping at Stuckey's when making annual vacation trip with family from Michigan to Georgia in the 1950's-1960's. Favorite treats were dark chocolate covered coconut patties and pecan divinity. YUM! Congratulations on your success.
in Florida USA
April 11, 2013 10:42 am
We use to stop at Stuckey's on the way to Disney World on I-4, it no longer exist, do you know what exit or street that was at?
in California USA
March 26, 2013 11:25 pm
I was born in Eastman, Georgia and attended grade school and high school at Peabody in Eastman. I picked pecans for Stuckey's orchards. That is one of my best memories from my childhood. I think I ate more pecans than I picked. Stuckey's family thanks for being there. I took the money I made and bought school shoes. To this day I still love your Pecan rolls....... aka Constance Henley-Taylor-Blum.
in Florida USA
March 23, 2013 4:26 pm
I used to work at the Stuckey Store in Boulogne, Fl. For those that don't know, it is on US 1, just as you cross the Florida/Georgia line.
I loved meeting the people that stopped in. I would see most of them twice a year, some more. I loved it so much when I got married my husband and I went to work managing a store in Verbina, Al. Need less to say we loved the candy and still do. There just isn't very many around here now.
in Maryland USA
March 18, 2013 9:49 pm
We used to stop at a Stuckey's on the way to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, traveling with my dad after his divorce from our mother. My sister and I always got the milk shakes, made with real ice cream back then (are they still?). They used to have little toys for kids. I guess the restaurant was ten down because I don't remember passing it last time I was down that way. I live in NH now and don't find myself in the area that often. I think the restaurant was in MD, but it may have been DE--was only 6 or 7 at the time, so can't be sure. I'm glad to see that Stuckey's has survived thru the years. Maybe someday I'll make it to the DE location on my way to Rehoboth Beach.