Thomas, Buck Stove Corporation
PO Box 69 
Spruce Pine NC North Carolina
United States 28604
Phone: +1 828 765 6144, Fax: +1 214 800 5998
Buck Stove Corporation - Wood & Gas Stoves Buck Stove Contact Info Dealer Inquiries Welcome To Buck Stove Corporation Thank you for visiting www.buckstove.com . Throughout our pages, you will see our many varieties of wood, gas and oil stoves, and fireplaces to meet your any and every heating need. Each stove, fireplace, heater, light and log set are made with American quality and pride right here in the good ole' U.S.A. We think you'll find our site informative and user-friendly and hope that you come back to visit often. If you have any questions on any of our products, feel free to use our Online Request Form or Email us directly at info@buckstovecorp.com . Be sure to check out our News section for new and exciting updates on Buck Stove products and the Buck Stove website. Again, Thank you for visiting! We hope you enjoy the site. May God Bless you and may you have a wonderful day!! A Brief History Of Buck Stove... In 1971, Robert Bailey and Alvin Barrier opened a small country store called Minpro Supply in the town of Spruce Pine, North Carolina. They sold gasoline, refurbished appliances, and bologna sandwiches made by Roberts mother. In 1975, Mr. Carol Buckner of Asheville, North Carolina approached the two men about selling a new wood-burning stove that he had built, which included a three-speed motor. Buckner was searching for an outfit that could manufacture the stove, which he called the "Regular Buck", as well as set up a dealer network for its sales. He had created the stove in the midst of the national energy crisis, when people were desperately looking for heating alternatives to gas and oil. Buckner made Bailey and Barrier an offer: if they could not sell the stove within 30 days, he would buy it back from them, no strings attached. Bailey and Barrier used the stove as a floor model, and within two weeks, the partner's had so many orders, they realized that they should pursue the future in dealing with Buck Stoves. They became the first official Buck Stove Dealer, and began assisting in m