Shell Gas Station Locations & Hours Near Brunswick, GA -
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  • 1.Shell

    110 Dungeness Dr


    5.14 mi

  • 2.Shell

    3319 Glynn Ave


    2.32 mi

  • 3.Shell

    4041 Community Rd


    3.74 mi

  • 4.Shell

    5264 New Jesup Hwy


    5.36 mi

  • 5.Shell

    6090 Altama Ave


    5.11 mi

  • 6.Shell

    2501 Perry Lane Rd


    6.72 mi

  • 7.Shell

    3600 Frederica Rd Ste 9

    Saint Simons Island,GA

    7.04 mi

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By: 4billlewis
That's the name - KaKa's. It's located in Brunswick, Georgia, about a half mile east of Interstate 95 on the north side of the street. Convenience store itself appears clean and gasoline is competitively priced with other stations along this Nascar Boulevard corridor. Biggest pet peeve - the restrooms. They were dirty, ill stocked and had cleaning supplies, etc., just laying around. I'm not just saying this - I've included pictures to prove this.I've been at Ka-Ka's twice in the last 3 weeks as I traveled north on 95 to drop-off/pick-up my daughter at summer camp in North Carolina. They claim to have the coldest beer in town, but I think the "town" in which they speak of is pretty small. Since I was driving a long distance, it's safe to report that I didn't purchase the cold beer.Staff were friendly, but slow on processing my gasoline purchase. Given the rampant credit card skimmer fraud plaguing the highways and byways of America, I've started paying cash for fuel purchases. This requires me to enter the gas station or convenience store. Not a big deal, but on this particular day, the cashier seemed to have a problem ringing up my order and needed help.Tons of parking out front and on the side. This convenience store has an attached Dairy Queen in case you're looking for a cold treat as well.Bill LewisFort Lauderdale, Florida
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By: Taylor H.
Raceway Gas
This establishment was not very friendly, the owner was very rude because I threw away an already used styrofoam cup, he approached me then started to yell at me in front of other customers. He also accused me of throwing away their cups. I told him the cup had a physical bite mark in it, and he told me they have to pay for the cups, not me. He then stated that everything was okay and started to accuse my younger brother of the same thing. He said it wasn't you, everything is okay, it was that little boy, and my mother stepped in and told him that she also threw away a cup but only because it was really dirty.It really worries me that they are reusing the cups that's being left on the counter and/or attempting to throw away.
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