Counterfeit Buc-ee’s Found in the Middle East
Who doesn't love Buc-ee's? Year after year, the legend of Buc-ee's continues to grow. There are people who have never been to Texas, that make it a point to hit as many Buc-ee's as they can the first time they crack the state border.
It's not just that Buc-ee's has great merch, fantastic service, or that they're very vocal about paying employees livable wages, it's that when you walk into a Buc-ee's it feels like everyone in their company cares. From the CEO to the cash register, everyone cares.
It's almost like a cult following for Buc-ee's, and when something becomes that successful, others will try to cash in as well.
But You probably wouldn't expect a Texas Legend to be ripped off in the Middle East. But here we go:
That's right, the Buc-ee's logo and name in Amman, Jordan. According to MySanAntonio.com, Buc-ee's leadership is not aware of this location halfway around the world. Meaning it is 100% fake, if you didn't figure that out already.
Checking out the comments on the Twitter thread, it seems like most people are just concerned with the conditions of the bathrooms.