What the heck is a Wawa?

Woodbury Heights, NJ

Anthony says, “Almost every day, outside my local Wawa, someone decides that the stripes are a target.  In spite of the fact that there are several open spaces, someone decided to use the stripes.”



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4 responses to “What the heck is a Wawa?

  1. Jen

    The Wawa store, of course!

  2. Wawa is a chain of convenience store/gas stations located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. It is often associated with the Philadelphia area and the Delaware Valley, but the stores are also common throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.

    On April 16, 1964, Wawa Food Markets opened their first store in Folsom, Pennsylvania under the guidance of Grahame Wood. To this day, many Wood family members are active within the company. Although Wawa is a family-run business, the employees of Wawa also hold a relatively large percentage of stock. Most Wawas are open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
    The chain’s name comes from the site of the company’s first milk plant and corporate headquarters in Wawa, Pennsylvania.

    After I sent that out, I realized that not everyone knows what a Wawa is.

  3. milo janus

    Let me guess, they leave their keys in the ignition too? With the car on?

  4. Kat

    I love and miss Wawa! Their subs are my favorite food in the whole world. I live in Texas now and they haven’t migrated down this way yet 😦

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