Chamber Welcomes North Carolina’s First Buc-ee’s to Mebane

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Photo of a Buc-ee's gas station storefront. Buc-ee's is significantly larger than the average gas station, and likely one of the largest in the world.

A Buc-ee’s storefront in Daytona Beach, FL.

(January 11, 2024, Burlington, NC) – The Alamance Chamber is thrilled to announce the upcoming arrival of Buc-ee’s, the renowned Texas-based travel center, to Mebane, NC. This significant project marks a multi-million-dollar investment in Alamance County, promising to generate at least 225 full-time jobs with an average annual wage of approximately $45,000.

This development follows a unanimous vote by the Mebane City Council to approve the rezoning and special use permit necessary for building North Carolina’s first Buc-ee’s. The decision is a testament to the region’s growth and commitment to enhancing local economic opportunities.

Buc-ee’s, known for its sizable travel centers and extensive range of products and services, will undoubtedly become a key attraction and convenience for residents and travelers. With its well-established reputation for quality and customer service, Buc-ee’s entry into Mebane strongly indicates Alamance County’s vibrant economic landscape and potential for future growth.

“The Alamance Chamber is excited to have North Carolina’s first Buc-ee’s join the business community in Alamance County. We understand this company’s impact on our community, including quality jobs, increased revenue, and promoting community pride. A strong presence and a business such as Buc-ee’s will expand the current economy, grow opportunities for local businesses, and improve the way of life,” says Reagan C. Gural, President & CEO of the Alamance Chamber.

Stay tuned to the Alamance Chamber’s announcements for further details and upcoming developments on this exciting project.

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About the Alamance Chamber

The Alamance County Area Chamber of Commerce is a membership-based, volunteer-led, non-profit community and economic development organization. It provides a wealth of resources and support for new and existing businesses, current and relocating residents to the area, and the general public. The Chamber serves its mission by enhancing the welfare of businesses and promoting and stimulating economic vitality in the Alamance County area for the benefit of its investors and the community. For more information about the Alamance County Area Chamber of Commerce visit or call 336.228.1338.