We've been waiting for quite some time for the biggest gas station in all of Colorado to open. If you have been to Texas, you have more than likely heard of the mega gas station called Buc-ee's.

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In February 2022, news broke that Buc-ee's would be coming to Colorado and Johnstown would be the location. Since then, there has been so much chatter about the gas station. Many people are over the moon excited for the Texas-based gas station to be in the state of Colorado.

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I have seen many photos and videos of Buc-ee's, but have never been inside of one. I've heard from those who have been lucky enough to visit a Buc-ee's gas station that they are amazing and I cannot wait to be able to take the adventure into Colorado's first Buc-ee's location.

WHEN WILL BUC-EE'S OPEN IN COLORADO?

We've been following the progress of the construction at the Johnstown location for quite some time and we have all been wondering when we will finally be able to shop at Buc-ee's. Not much longer.

According to the Longmont Times-Call, Buc-ee's is expected to open in March 2024. If you really think about it and how fast time has seemed to fly by this year, Buc-ee's will be open before you know it.

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Before Buc-ee's can officially open for business in Colorado, there will need to be many employees hired to run the gas station. Buc-ee's will be hosting a mass-hiring event in January. This hiring event will be invite-only. To learn more about the mass-hiring event hosted by Buc-ee's, head over HERE to get all of the information.

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We'll see you soon, you big, glorious, beaver-themed gas station.

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