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Wawa hosts three-stop community partnership tour in North Carolina; stop planned in Fayetteville on May 15

Wawa Inc., a privately owned, family-owned chain of more than 1,050 convenience stores, is hosting a three-stop community partnership tour in Wilmington, Jacksonville and Fayetteville, North Carolina, to continue introducing itself to the North Carolina community and share more details. on its expansion plans.

Its third stop will be at Segra Stadium located at 460 Hay Street in downtown Fayetteville on Wednesday, May 15, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The introduction includes community support, an overview of the locations and a taste of Wawa.

Featuring guests such as Wawa President Brian Schaller, Wawa Director of Store Operations Kim Dowgielewicz, and Wawa Regional Manager Blake Loper, the Wawa team will provide an update on locations of the region, general construction timelines and market projections.

During the event, Wawa executives will also share details about the economic impact of the expansion, Wawa’s history and Wawa’s unique offering. Wawa will also kick off its long-term commitment to the local community by announcing its support for local nonprofit partners. Representatives from the North Carolina USO are also expected to be in attendance, along with VIP customers and Wawa mascot Wally Goose.

Wawa currently operates in seven states and Washington, DC and “is excited to spread its wings and fly into communities across North Carolina!” Wawa looks forward to sharing more details about locations, expansion plans, community investment and schedule for opening its doors to new friends, as well as sharing its core purpose of filling lives, every day through its unique offering of food, fuel and convenience services. according to a press release sent by the company.

Learn more about the Wawa franchise here.