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Share your favorite Stuckey’s memory! Our guestbook is your opportunity to share those experiences with others.

Just about everybody has a Stuckey‘s story, recalling a time when they took road trips in the family station wagon and found “highway happiness” at one of our stores.

We would love to hear your most fond memories from yesterday or today, and we know others would love to share in your experiences as well. Please take a moment or two and post your comments in our guestbook.

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562 entries.
Shelia Franks from ADAMSVILLE wrote on April 10, 2024 at 10:54 pm
I love Pecan Log Rolls so much from Stuckey's
I love Pecan Log Rolls so much from Stuckey's... Collapse
Max from SE Wisconsin from Elkhorn wrote on April 10, 2024 at 8:38 pm
I remember Stuckey’s from the 60’s - 70’s around the US on our family trips. My Mom liked that the bathrooms were clean, I loved the vending machine with the black and white Scottie magnet dogs. Dad loved the break from us 4 kids. Thanks for the reminder and wonderful family memory.
I remember Stuckey’s from the 60’s - 70’s around the US on our family trips. My Mom liked that the bathrooms were clean, I loved the vending machine with the black and white Scottie magnet dogs. Dad loved the break from us 4 kids. Thanks for the reminder and wonderful family memory.... Collapse
Rhyan from Belleville wrote on April 10, 2024 at 6:33 pm
I have fond memories of Stuckeys Pecan Log Rolls, as it became an annual tradition for my grandparents to bring some back with them to Canada after their vacations down south. I haven't had one in a couple decades now and would love to experience them again. Do you have any plans to make them available in Canada?
I have fond memories of Stuckeys Pecan Log Rolls, as it became an annual tradition for my grandparents to bring some back with them to Canada after their vacations down south. I haven't had one in a couple decades now and would love to experience them again. Do you have any plans to make them available in Canada?... Collapse
Rev. Timothy Polley from Kirksville wrote on April 5, 2024 at 2:35 pm
My day was just made. I received a personal phone call from CEO of Stuckys, Stephanie Stuckey. We spoke of her new book released this week, as well how her rebranding/recharging methods can be used for our brand (Jesus Christ). The word does not change, but how we communicate it and share it does. Stephanie also helped with my Kentucky Grant County Sheriff’s Office Pink Patch Project.
My day was just made. I received a personal phone call from CEO of Stuckys, Stephanie Stuckey. We spoke of her new book released this week, as well how her rebranding/recharging methods can be used for our brand (Jesus Christ). The word does not change, but how we communicate it and share it does. Stephanie also helped with my Kentucky Grant County Sheriff’s Office Pink Patch Project.... Collapse
Linda Short from Warrensburg wrote on April 4, 2024 at 5:36 pm
I remember back in the 1950s when my sister & I were growing up, & we took vacations all over, my dad & mom would stop at Stuckey's for us. I remember the foods served & the gifts we would buy to take home with us to our place & to our relatives. I remember the big lollipop's you all had. WE would always buy them whenever we stopped & took a bathroom break & had lunch or dinner. Since then both our mom & dad has passed away. I am 80 & I am the only child left in... Read more
I remember back in the 1950s when my sister & I were growing up, & we took vacations all over, my dad & mom would stop at Stuckey's for us. I remember the foods served & the gifts we would buy to take home with us to our place & to our relatives. I remember the big lollipop's you all had. WE would always buy them whenever we stopped & took a bathroom break & had lunch or dinner. Since then both our mom & dad has passed away. I am 80 & I am the only child left in the family. My sister passed away last year. How I miss those Good Old Days. I have them in my heart & I always keep them in my heart. I miss stopping at Stuckey's when ever I see your buildings. I remember the Good Times WE ALL HAD on Vacation & ate at Stuckey's & the gifts, & postcards (etc) Keep up the Good work, & PLEASE DO NOT close your doors permanently!!... Collapse
Craig Harrison Miller from Charlotte wrote on April 3, 2024 at 2:08 pm
I love the fact that you are resurrecting this brand. I follow Stephanie on LinkedIn and smile every time I see a post. As a child, our family of 6 would travel from Chicago to Florida to visit both sets of grandparents. 3 in the front, and 3 in the back and no seatbelts. Ha-ha, do not try this today kids. If we did not stop at a Stuckey's as we approached Wiki Wachi Fla and pick up a pecan pie, we were not allowed in my grandparents' house. I always knew we were close when we stopped at Stuckey's.... Read more
I love the fact that you are resurrecting this brand. I follow Stephanie on LinkedIn and smile every time I see a post. As a child, our family of 6 would travel from Chicago to Florida to visit both sets of grandparents. 3 in the front, and 3 in the back and no seatbelts. Ha-ha, do not try this today kids. If we did not stop at a Stuckey's as we approached Wiki Wachi Fla and pick up a pecan pie, we were not allowed in my grandparents' house. I always knew we were close when we stopped at Stuckey's. My father has since past, so your posts and enthusiasm bring back warm memories. Thank you. I am in sales and travel quite a bit. If I can help in any way, please feel free to reach out.... Collapse
Stephen Chapin from Allen, Tx wrote on March 30, 2024 at 8:22 pm
I am watching the movie Gargoyles and what did I see? A Stuckeys sign! It made me think of my kiddy days riding my bike to the one on Hwy 75 between Allen and McKinney to get packs of candy cigarettes and bubblegum cigars so we could look like tough guys riding our bicycles! I remember the billboard on Hwy 75 that said "EAT WITH US AND GET GAS"! Still funny to this day.
I am watching the movie Gargoyles and what did I see? A Stuckeys sign! It made me think of my kiddy days riding my bike to the one on Hwy 75 between Allen and McKinney to get packs of candy cigarettes and bubblegum cigars so we could look like tough guys riding our bicycles! I remember the billboard on Hwy 75 that said "EAT WITH US AND GET GAS"! Still funny to this day.... Collapse
Penny Hampton from Chatsworth wrote on March 26, 2024 at 1:44 pm
As a young child in the 1960s, we lived in Orlando, Fl, but we would meet my grandparents (who lived in Camilla, GA) and my aunt, uncle, and cousin at the Suwannee River. We would always eat and thoroughly enjoy a lunch of sandwiches wrapped in wax paper and packed in a shoebox, and also fried chicken, all lovingly prepared by my grandmother. After leaving, there was a Stuckey’s close by, and it was always a treat to stop and buy pecan logs and other wonderful goodies there. I fondly remember those times: family, childhood, good food, and Stuckey’s! I... Read more
As a young child in the 1960s, we lived in Orlando, Fl, but we would meet my grandparents (who lived in Camilla, GA) and my aunt, uncle, and cousin at the Suwannee River. We would always eat and thoroughly enjoy a lunch of sandwiches wrapped in wax paper and packed in a shoebox, and also fried chicken, all lovingly prepared by my grandmother. After leaving, there was a Stuckey’s close by, and it was always a treat to stop and buy pecan logs and other wonderful goodies there. I fondly remember those times: family, childhood, good food, and Stuckey’s! I was so happy to read the article about Stuckey’s!... Collapse
Steve Brannen from Richmond Hill wrote on March 22, 2024 at 12:46 pm
I'm So Glad To Hear Stuckeys Is Coming Back! The Stores Are Part Of My Childhood, Growing Up and Traveling Around South Georgia,Florida and South Carolina.The Georgia Farm Bureau Article Was A,Excellent Read! Now, If I Can Just Get One Of Those Blue Hats,With The Red Stuckeys Label!👍🇺🇸
I'm So Glad To Hear Stuckeys Is Coming Back! The Stores Are Part Of My Childhood, Growing Up and Traveling Around South Georgia,Florida and South Carolina.The Georgia Farm Bureau Article Was A,Excellent Read! Now, If I Can Just Get One Of Those Blue Hats,With The Red Stuckeys Label!👍🇺🇸... Collapse
June Winkler from Blakely,Georgia wrote on March 20, 2024 at 3:04 pm
My mother-in-law lived in Richmond, Virginia and starting in 1966 my, husband, our children and I would make the trip beach summer to Richmond. We always stopped at Stuckys for snacks nd bathroom breaks. The bathrooms were always clean and the store was a great place to walk around in and look.for snacks and souvenirs . There were so many neat things I still have some little brass oil lamps and miniature wine bottles I purchased. I always bought a tube of little jars of various jellies.We all.looked forward to you trips to Stick eyes Sincerely, June Winkler
My mother-in-law lived in Richmond, Virginia and starting in 1966 my, husband, our children and I would make the trip beach summer to Richmond. We always stopped at Stuckys for snacks nd bathroom breaks. The bathrooms were always clean and the store was a great place to walk around in and look.for snacks and souvenirs . There were so many neat things I still have some little brass oil lamps and miniature wine bottles I purchased. I always bought a tube of little jars of various jellies.We all.looked forward to you trips to Stick eyes Sincerely, June Winkler... Collapse
Audrey Hawkins from Dearing, Ga. wrote on March 18, 2024 at 6:53 pm
I remember every trip we took when I was a kid, we always stopped at a Stuckey's either coming or going. It was a "thing". Pecan log rolls are so delicious! Glad to see they are back and also close to home!
I remember every trip we took when I was a kid, we always stopped at a Stuckey's either coming or going. It was a "thing". Pecan log rolls are so delicious! Glad to see they are back and also close to home!... Collapse
Bob Thomas from FT HOOD TX wrote on February 29, 2024 at 10:12 am
Morning! ALL Products are great, including the very Newest; "Sweet + Salty" roasted Cashews. OMG, next Order will be Cases worth, TRY some today!
Morning! ALL Products are great, including the very Newest; "Sweet + Salty" roasted Cashews. OMG, next Order will be Cases worth, TRY some today!... Collapse
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Kelcy Johnson from Magnolia wrote on February 29, 2024 at 9:17 am
So many Stuckey's memories. Annual trips to Alabama and Georgia during our summer vacations growing up. We had to stop at every Stuckey's along the way from Houston, Texas to our family in the deep South. During Spring break in March 2024, my sister and I will be travelling the same route to visit remaining family and hope to find some of the new stops at Stuckey's! Memories!
So many Stuckey's memories. Annual trips to Alabama and Georgia during our summer vacations growing up. We had to stop at every Stuckey's along the way from Houston, Texas to our family in the deep South. During Spring break in March 2024, my sister and I will be travelling the same route to visit remaining family and hope to find some of the new stops at Stuckey's! Memories!... Collapse
Paul Garbarczyk from Burbank, Illinois wrote on February 29, 2024 at 9:01 am
I remember my FIRST taste of a Stuckey’s Pecan Roll. It was the 1980s and I was a teen at the time. A friend brought one to work and shared it with me. “OMG What is this?” I said, the moment never to be forgotten. As I grew older and sometimes travelled, I would visit Stuckey’s whenever I could. I really appreciated how that simple stop really brightened the day. Nowadays I make it a point to share (and make gifts of ) pecan rolls with family and friends.
I remember my FIRST taste of a Stuckey’s Pecan Roll. It was the 1980s and I was a teen at the time. A friend brought one to work and shared it with me. “OMG What is this?” I said, the moment never to be forgotten. As I grew older and sometimes travelled, I would visit Stuckey’s whenever I could. I really appreciated how that simple stop really brightened the day. Nowadays I make it a point to share (and make gifts of ) pecan rolls with family and friends.... Collapse
Steve McCoy from Saint Marys, Ohio 45885 wrote on February 26, 2024 at 1:09 pm
My favorite stops when traveling was the Famous Stuckey's Plazas for resting, getting fuel, and the best walnut "Log Rolls" in existence! I always had to purchase 6 Log Rolls for my "stash" back home, and a Log Roll for the road home! I always had to stop at the very last Stuckey's along I-75 going North so I could "stock up" on Stuckey's Log Rolls when they weren't available in our area! I sure miss those days! I had a very good friend at work who went to Florida in the winter, who always stopped at a Stuckey's on... Read more
My favorite stops when traveling was the Famous Stuckey's Plazas for resting, getting fuel, and the best walnut "Log Rolls" in existence! I always had to purchase 6 Log Rolls for my "stash" back home, and a Log Roll for the road home! I always had to stop at the very last Stuckey's along I-75 going North so I could "stock up" on Stuckey's Log Rolls when they weren't available in our area! I sure miss those days! I had a very good friend at work who went to Florida in the winter, who always stopped at a Stuckey's on their way back home to pick up a Log Roll or two for me to enjoy! She always said she enjoyed her trips to Florida...and I always told her I enjoyed her return home with the Stuckey's Log Rolls! Those were the days!!... Collapse