Wawa marks free coffee day with plans for new stores

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Hometown favorite convenience store Wawa is celebrating its 53rd anniversary on Thursday with free coffee and information about new stores.


Customers can take advantage of the caffeinated-beverage offer all day. The chain expects to give away about two million free cups at its 750 stores across six states.





But there’s more news from Wawa today.

Wawa announced that it will open another store in Philadelphia. The new location with be at 22nd and South Streets. Back in October, it was reported that a Wawa would locate at the former I. Goldberg  Army & Navy space at 13th and Chestnut Streets. Now, the news for that location is official as well, according to CBS3.

And in yet more news from the Delaware County-based chain:

The company will continue as the title sponsor of Wawa Welcome America festival to celebrate July 4th through 2019. The 2019 event will mark 10 years that the store has been involved in the festivities.

To cap off the announcements, Wawa said it would distribute $2 million in first-quarter grants to charitable organizations through The Wawa Foundation to promote health, fight hunger and aid other causes.

The company – particularly its free-coffee offer – was drawing cheers from customers on its anniversary.



















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