It is an American chain of convenience stores and service stations located along the east coast of the United States, operating in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D., C. and Florida.
WawaInc. is looking to increase its number of employees and recently announced a hiring campaign to add 1,000 new associates across Florida over the next three months.
The retailer began construction of three Miami stores in October and expects to operate a total of 50 stores in South Florida in the coming years. Wawa is also not neglecting its home state and recently opened its largest store to date in Philadelphia's historic Independence Mall. The company is also hosting contracting events as it prepares to open its first convenience stores in Miami. Wawa is mainly known on the East Coast of the United States and is an ever-popular place to grab a bite to eat and get on the road.
It has maintained such popularity over the years due to its Hoagiefest and Thanksgiving menu items like the Gobbler. One location per 32,298 people, accounting for approximately 28% of the total number of Wawa locations. Unfortunately for those on the left side of the country, it's true that Wawa is only available on the East Coast. The first Wawa opened its doors in 1964 in Folsom, Pennsylvania, and has since become an important staple of convenience chains.
One location per 52,040 people, with approximately 25% of the total number of Wawa locations. There are 7 states and territories in the U. S. Department of State with Wawa locations and 49 states and territories without any Wawa location.
Often compared to QuickCheck or Sheetz, Wawa is best for many people on the right side of the map.