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Stuckey’s to expand in Jefferson County

by The 100 Companies

If you took road trips back in the day, you may remember stopping at Stuckey’s convenience store for one of its famous pecan logs. The family-owned company started as a roadside pecan stand in Eastman, Georgia, in 1937. It now has 65 locations, more than 200 retailers, distribution center in Eastman and a pecan and candy plant.

Stuckey’s employs 90 people and has announced plans to invest $5 million to expand its facility and headquarters in Wrens in Jefferson County, creating 60 new jobs. CEO Stephanie Stuckey says they also plan to revive the original pecan shed as a tourist attraction.

– Jan Schroder, The Georgia 100

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