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la·gniappe/ˌlanˈyap/ (noun)

The word “lagniappe” originated as a Louisiana French creole term in the middle 19th century used by tradespeople as a way to describe a small item or bonus given to customers. At Breaux Petroleum, we take immense pride in our company’s rich history that was started on a bayou in South Louisiana. Enjoy the below compilation of articles, ideas and helpful links as “a little something extra” from us to you. Be sure to check back often as we frequently update our Lagniappe.


JESTER’S COURT DONATES $3,775 TO LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

Jester’s Court stores, the convenience store operations supported by Breaux Petroleum, recently donated $3,775 in total to local organizations throughout the community as part of the Shell USA The Giving Pump initiative. For the third year, The Giving Pump ran across the U.S. as part of Shell’s Force For Good initiative to give back and drive positive change in local communities.

“It’s very important to us to give back to the communities we serve and make an impact where our customers live,” said Bud Breaux, president of the family-owned operating companies of Jester’s Court stores. “We are proud to be able to support and give back to organizations across the Bayou Region with this year’s Giving Pump campaign.”


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