Orlando to welcome two Wawa stores in August

August 8, 2013 by  

The Pennsylvania-based Wawa chain of fuel and convenience stores recently announced that it will be opening two more stores in Orlando during this month. The company is no doubt using flyer printing and poster printing to make residents of the area and travelers aware of the new stores so as to attract as many new customers as possible.

Wawa recently celebrated its one-year anniversary in Central Florida and plans to expand with nine new stores in Orlando alone by the end of the year, with four of them opening in the early fall. It plans to add a total of 11 locations in the Central Florida area in 2014. The company is becoming a significant name in its market in Central Florida, already boasting 14 stores in the area and employing more than 1,000 people across the state.

Wawa stores sell gas and feature a large selection of fresh foods, such as their hot hoagies which they make per customer order, hot breakfast sandwiches, and ready-to-go salads. Beverage items include freshly-brewed coffee, specialty coffee drinks, juices, and teas. The company also has a Charities Program, which comprises corporate funds and Associate contributions and supports research for AIDS and cancer, children’s health, hunger, and heart disease.

‘Wawa’ is a word for the Canada Goose used by the Native Americans who lived in the Delaware Valley and found it to be prevalent in their daily lives. The goose is used as the company’s logo.