Wawa announces plans to open stores in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana

A chain of convenience stores popular in the east and south is coming to the tri-state area. At Wawa, growth means strengthening our existing markets as well as expanding into adjacent and new markets so that we can reach new friends and neighbors and welcome them into our extended family,” said Wawa President and CEO, Chris Gheysens, in a statement. “These markets are the perfect places for Wawa to grow based on their strong business communities, family atmosphere, and confidence that our unique offering and incredible associates will be well received by these communities. We look forward to “bringing our freshly prepared food, specialty beverages, fuel and convenience services to these new areas while creating new jobs and meaningful community support.” The exact number of stores in each state will be announced next year. “We couldn’t be more excited to announce our plans for growth in these markets as we will soon be serving more people in new communities with our unique brand and offering,” said Wawa Real Estate Vice President, John Poplawski, in a statement. “We look forward to reconnecting with those who know us in existing markets and meeting new friends and neighbors in 2025 and beyond!”

A chain of convenience stores popular in the east and south is coming to the tri-state area.

Wawa said it is targeting Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky to launch stores after 2025.

Specific locations are expected to be announced next year.

“At Wawa, growth means strengthening our existing markets as well as expanding into adjacent and new markets so that we can reach new friends and neighbors and welcome them into our extended family,” said the President and CEO. of Wawa, Chris Gheysens, in a press release. “These markets are the perfect places for Wawa to grow based on their strong business communities, family atmosphere, and confidence that our unique offering and incredible associates will be well received by these communities. We look forward to “bringing our freshly prepared food, specialty beverages, fuel and convenience services to these new areas while creating new jobs and meaningful community support.”

The exact number of stores in each state will be announced next year.

“We couldn’t be more excited to announce our plans for growth in these markets as we will soon be serving more people in new communities with our unique brand and offering,” said Wawa Real Estate Vice President, John Poplawski, in a statement. “We look forward to reconnecting with those who know us in existing markets and meeting new friends and neighbors in 2025 and beyond!”

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