Hey Wawa, Now Rutter’s Coming to Town With Some New Stores
There’s another player in the convenience store wars coming to the Phila. region: Rutter’s.
York-based convenience store and gas station chain Rutter’s is expanding with 50 new stores over the next five years, and some are coming into Wawa territory, writes Michael Tanenbaum for Philly Voice.
Exact locations haven’t been named, but the expansion includes areas near Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Delaware, and Virginia.
Rutter’s now has 82 stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia, with most of the stores in south-central Pennsylvania.
The new stores will sit on properties up to 25 acres and will be between 10,000 and 12,000 square feet.
Some stores will have 29-degree beer caves, wine selections, and seating.
Rutter’s, like its competitors, offers made-to-order foods that include breakfast sandwiches and hoagies, but it also provides personal pizzas, tacos, soups, and sides.
It also has 21 Pennsylvania stores with video gaming terminals, the largest noncasino gambling operator in the state.
“Thanks to our food service innovation, focus on industry-leading wages, large breadth of offerings, and best-in-class customer experience, we find that our locations are the customer favorite in new and existing markets,” said Scott Hartman, president, and CEO of the family-run company.
Read more about Rutters expanding into the region at Philly Voice.
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