BRICK – The Township has another Wawa location for shoppers’ convenience and it includes some new menu items.
Wawa is expanding its footprint and opening its newest store in the township with an outdoor ribbon-cutting ceremony that included local officials, charitable contributions and a recognition of local heroes.
The popular store chain location will offer customers some new innovations such as curbside and delivery, as well as its all-new menu items. It’s new dinner menu features its burger which officially launched in February. Other offerings, include pasta, Kids Meals, Heat and Eat meals and more.
Present at the event was Jason Read, the director of Store Operations; Area Manager Adam Wade and General Manager Anthony Rao along with Wawa associates. Wally Goose, Wawa’s mascot, was also on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony,
Joining them were Township Mayor John Ducey, members of the township police and fire departments, plus representatives from POAC Autism Services. They gathered in front of the new store which is located at 535 Route 70.
Following the ribbon cutting a check was presented from the Wawa Foundation to POAC Autism Services to support their mission of helping children and adults with autism.