Buc-ee's in New Braunfels vying for best restrooms in America

Buc-ee's in New Braunfels vying for best restrooms in America

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Buc-ee's in New Braunfels vying for best restrooms in America

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by Kens5.com staff

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Posted on September 2, 2012 at 12:47 PM

NEW BRAUNFELS -- If you gotta go, try to get to the new Buc-ee's in New Braunfels.

The newest Buc-ee's location has been nominated in Cintas's annual America's Best Restroom Contest. Anyone who appreciates a clean restroom may visit the contest website to look at photos of the top 10 finalists and to cast their vote.

Buc-ee's received a very flattering review.

"Customers making a beeline for the bathroom at Buc-ee’s say this Texas-based business flushes the competition when it comes to clean! Offering up some of the most spotless loos in the Lone Star State, the Buc-ee’s brand of convenience stores knows firsthand that clean bathrooms mean big business!" according to contest website.

CLICK HERE to CAST YOUR VOTE

The website, which shows photos from inside the top 10 restroom across the country, describes Buc-ees as a "sparkling restroom facility that’s almost impossible to forget!"

The beloved Texas-based and Texas-sized gas station opened its 68,000-square feet New Braunfels location earlier this year off I-35.

"Road warriors who frequent the New Braunfels Buc-ee’s say this one-of-a kind rest stop is fit for a King. And with 83 toilets to choose from, you even get your very own Throne!" according to the contest website.

Other top 10 finalists include Liberty Market in Gilbert, Arizona; Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, Calif.; Gitane Restaurant in San Fransisco, Calif.; Mie N Yu Restaurant in Washington DC; Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel in Chicago; Walker Art Center in Minneapolis; Vanity Night Club in Las Vegas; Da Marino Ristorante Italiano in New York City; and Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va.

No Texas restroom has ever won the contest, according to the Hall of Fame website, which lists the winners dating back to 2002. Voting ends October 26.

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