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TXB Builds, Upgrades 12 Convenience Stores in Central Texas

All new locations have electric vehicle chargers
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Photograph courtesy of TXB

TXB is transforming its convenience stores in Central Texas. TXB, or Texas Born, has built seven stores (with two opening soon) and upgraded five stores with a modern look and feel, the c-store chain said.

Its new locations have electric vehicle (EV) chargers as TXB CEO Kevin Smartt is passionate about growing EVs in Texas, the Spicewood, Texas-based company said. New locations also have a variety of fresh-made food items, including hand-breaded jumbo chicken tenders and handmade quesadillas that are made-to-order from hand-pressed tortillas.

“It’s been an incredible honor to see TXB growing so rapidly in Central Texas,” Smartt said. “This rebrand is more than just a different logo or name; this is a true reflection of who we are as a company. We’ve become famous for our freshly made, restaurant-quality food items that we prepare on site, as well as our line of private-label products including salsa, jerky, tea, water, coffee and more. We want our guests to have the absolute best experience every time they visit one of our locations.”

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TXB locations also offer a new line of non-GMO, locally sourced private-label offerings. TXB carefully selects high-quality products to showcase the best that Texas has to offer as part of its initiative to “Leave ‘Em Better,” the company said.

TXB has added five locations in Texas over the past three years, with two more opening soon. Those are:

  • 15701 W. State Highway 71, Bee Cave
  • 1402 Williams Drive, Georgetown
  • 3702 W. FM 2147, Cottonwood Shores
  • 145 Lehman Road, Kyle
  • 2104 E. William Joel Parkway, Bryan
  • 3071 University Drive East, Bryan,(Opening this winter)
  • State Highway 6 and Southern Pointe Parkway, College Station, (Opening in 2025) 

TXB has also modernized these five Texas stores:

  • 1301 N. Highway 281, Marble Falls
  • 201 Highway 281 and Highway 290, Johnson City
  • 14620 Ranch Road 12, Wimberley
  • 21024 Highway 71 W., Spicewood
  • 15411 East State Highway 29, Buchanan Dam

Kwik Chek announced it was rebranded to TXB in 2020. The chain has more than 50 stores in Texas and Oklahoma and aims to give customers high-quality food items and first-class service.

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