Broaddus Petroleum is a compilation of lessons learned by Scott W. Broaddus, Jr. (Bill), from his father Scott W. Broaddus. Bill is a product of a dad that grew up in Oklahoma during the Great Depression of the 1930's. Bill learned the value of education, honesty and hard work from his dad. With these lessons, Bill went to work for his dad at Tarrytown Gulf in 1975. In 1977 Bill was given a great opportunity to buy the business at Tarrytown when his dad retired. After years of operating the single station in West Austin twelve to fifteen hours a day, Bill began a slow and steady expansion by adding Townlake Gulf in 1983. Bill continued the expansion and operated as a Gulf dealer for several years until he was appointed as a Chevron jobber in 1989 and Broaddus Petroleum Corporation was formed. Over the years Bill has acquired and built several additional stations that are now company or dealer operated with the Chevron and Texaco brands.
Broaddus Petroleum Corporation has been pleased to add many new locations as retail partner operations in the Central Texas area. That desire for expansion is still alive today as we search for new retail partners with our same commitment to provide high quality products and services to the people of Texas.
Scott W. Broaddus, Jr., (Bill)
Bill is the President of Broaddus Petroleum Corporation, Broaddus Enterprises, Inc., and Broaddus Properties, G.P. Inc. He has a lifetime of experience in the gasoline business developing both retail and wholesale operations. He graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 1975 with a BS in Industrial Arts. He is a past member of the Chevron Jobber Council and TPCA Brand Meeting Chairman. Bill takes great pride in the energetic, customer service oriented staff that represents Broaddus Petroleum Corporation. He and his wife, Linda, have two daughters.
Dan Dawson has been in the petroleum wholesale and retail industry for over twenty years beginning with the Chevron subsidiary, APSI. In 1988 he assumed the responsibility for all corporate stores from south Houston to Galveston. In 1991 Dan transferred to Austin as "Senior Supervisor" with the added duties of environmental compliance, merchandising and purchasing. January of 1993 Dan began his career with Broaddus Petroleum Corporation. Since that time, Dan has been intensely involved in every facet of the petroleum distribution business. Dealer relations, product distribution, contractual negotiations, governmental compliance, station and UST construction, and store operations are just some of the items in which Dan has provided his expertise. Previous to the petroleum industry Dan worked for the McCoy Corporation for 9 years in many capacities.
Dan is a graduate of Concordia Lutheran University with a BA in Business Management. He lives in Bee Caves with his wife Anna, and sons Matthew and Aaron.
Scott D. Carter
Retail Partner / EPOS Specialist
Scott Carter has 13 years in the gasoline industry starting at an early age with the award winning Tarrytown Texaco working in a retail environment with an emphasis on customer relations and repairs. Mr. Carter continued this work and advanced throughout high school and college. He experienced Texaco's transition to Shell from the retail end and implemented that knowledge when he was in charge of the Chevron Image Refresh for all of the Broaddus Petroleum sites. Scott has been with the company since 2007. He has continued to move the company forward with technological advances to improve and expand dealer relations. He has a BS in Urban and Regional Planning from Texas State University.
Andrea has 20+ years of petroleum retail experience. Andrea came on board with Broaddus Enterprises, Inc. in 1989 when Chevron was in the final phase of transitioning from Gulf to Chevron. Andrea started in the convenience stores and throughout the years migrated from store clerk to manager to supervisor to her current position overseeing the accounting department for Broaddus Enterprises, Inc., and its relationship to Broaddus Petroleum. She has been instrumental in developing and implementing a wide range of company policies from customer service to accounting procedures.
Administrative Assistant / Accounts Receivable
Prior to coming to work for Broaddus Petroleum in August of 2006, Tammy held an assistants position with an advertising agency. At Broaddus Petroleum she initially held the position of Administrative Assistant. Tammy’s area of responsibility has increased in scope and size since that time and now includes several accounts receivable related tasks. Additionally, she transmits gasoline pricing information, creates gasoline delivery invoices and processes gasoline payments.