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I attended the Ennis Chamber of Commerce Executive meeting on Feb. 11. The City Manager, Scott Dixon, gave the update on the Buc-ee’s recent ground-breaking ceremony.
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What’s interesting is Buc-ee’s has 40 stores, but this is the first ever ground-breaking ceremony.
One of Buc-ee’s owners, Mr. Appleton, said the reason they decided to have a ground-breaking ceremony in Ennis was because the City Staff were so tenacious in insisting it should happen. Mr. Appleton also agreed to give the City of Ennis the surplus food, which can then be distributed to the needy in the area. Ennis has impressed the owners andmanagers of Buc-ee’s as a city where they want to build a new store. Preliminary layout has begun on the site. We too are impressed with both the City of Ennis and Buc-ee’s. That’s why we purchased a 11-acre site that is 1,250 feet north of the new Buc-ee’s site. We also have a weekly email newsletter where you can“Get 9 Little-Known Secrets For Passive Residual Income-Free”at self-storageinsider.com
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