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Eastman, Georgia: Tribute to Stuckey's Mural

A retro-style outdoor wall mural (painted in 2022) pays tribute to Stuckey's, the roadside chain that opened its first store here in 1937.

5120 5th Ave., Eastman, GA
Downtown, two blocks east of US-23/Oak St., on the south side of 5th Ave., just before the train tracks.
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Stuckey's mural.

Tribute to Stuckey's Mural

A fine and colorful mural in Eastman, the hometown of the famous Stuckey's roadside chain. The mural serves as a tribute to founders Ethel and W.S. Stuckey Sr, originators of the Original Pecan Log Roll. Awesomely rendered!

[Jody High, 09/11/2023]

The site of the original Stuckey's, commemorated with a historical marker, is a mile south on US Highway 23.

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Largest Eastern Redcedar, Douglas, GA - 47 mi.

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