HOUSTON – Out-of-state Texans may be reunited with their favourite Buc-ee’s snacks a lot simpler now.
Should you’ve ever visited Buc-ee’s web site, you’ll have been disenchanted to find an internet market for its merchandise doesn’t exist.
“As a Texan, it could be my dream to assist Buc-ee’s promote their scrumptious snacks on-line,” Plano entrepreneur Chris Koerner mentioned. “However the Buc-ee’s founders is not going to reply my emails, so I took issues into my very own arms.”
This week Koerner launched TexasSnax.com, an internet third-party reseller of Buc-ee’s merchandise.
Its stock consists of each Buc-ee’s labeled snack. There are 282 to be actual, Koerner informed KPRC 2. From jams and jellies to jerky and Beaver Nuggets, TexasSnax.com has all of it.
In keeping with Texas Monthly, the entrepreneur was impressed by the same enterprise, Pirate Joe’s, which resold Dealer Joe’s merchandise to customers residing in areas the place the corporate has no shops.
Although Pirate Joe’s shut down in 2017, after a lawsuit from Dealer Joe’s, Koerner believes explicitly stating that he’s a reseller, unaffiliated with Buc-ee’s, protects him, Texas Month-to-month stories.
“Promoting a brand new product is protected beneath first-sale doctrine, however when you imitate them, you may get in bother,” Koerner informed Texas Month-to-month. “So we placed on each single product [page] that we aren’t Buc-ee’s, we pay what you’d pay at Buc-ee’s, we’re simply massive followers, and we simply resell their merchandise.”
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