Summer “Sub-tacular”

Quick Chek is kicking off the first official day of summer with thousands of its customers as it proclaims the day Quick Chek’s Summer “Sub-tacular” Day. Customers visiting any Quick Chek location Monday, June 21 between 5 a.m. and 11 a.m. can receive a Quick Chek iLoveMySub.com stamp on their hand. Upon returning to the store

Wawa Hosts Third Hoagiefest Tour

For a third year, Wawa is taking its 1960s-inspired Hoagiefest on the road with stops this summer at stores in Rio Grande, N.J.; Toms River, N.J.; Sandston, Va.; Philadelphia and Lewes, Del. These one-day festivals pay tribute to the almighty hoagie, bringing together hoagie fanatics from across the region to celebrate their love of Wawa and

Sheetz Opens Store In Woodward

Altoona, Pa.-based Sheetz continues to expand with the opening of its first new store in Woodward Township, near Jersey Shore.   “We are very excited to be opening another store in Lycoming County,” said Stan Sheetz, president and CEO, Sheetz Inc. “Our stores in nearby Williamsport do very well and customers there have been very

Quick Chek Grows In New Jersey

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 locations in New Jersey and southern New York, is set to open its newest store in Dayton, N.J. Located at 2432 Route 130, the new store will open to the public Tuesday, May 18 at 5 a.m., following a special Quick Chek Coffee Toast ceremony Monday, April 17

Quick Chek Honored As Best Place To Work

New Jersey business journal NJBiz recognized Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 fresh food store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, as one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey, during an award ceremony on April 22. The weekly business journal’s Best Places to Work survey and award program was

Raceway To Pay $4 Million In Back Wages

Following a ruling in the U.S. District Court of New Jersey, Raceway Petroleum and its owner Nicholas Kambitsis must pay $3.9 million in unpaid overtime wages and liquidated damages to more than 700 former and current employees, predominantly gas attendants. Raceway Petroleum Inc., a Piscataway company with gas stations located throughout Central and Southern N.J.,

Coffee Connoisseur Alert

Following the 2010 introductions of Sumatra Mandheling and Nicaraguan Matagalpa coffees respectively, Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 locations in New Jersey and southern New York, continues its single origin coffee world tour Monday, April 19, with the debut of Costa Rican Tarrazu. A light bodied coffee known for its tangy flavor, enticing aroma

Quick Chek Awards Sweepstakes Winners

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 food store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, has announced the winners of its third annual Devils Night Out Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes, which celebrate Quick Chek’s famed coffee as the official coffee of the New Jersey Devils, asked customers to submit an essay stating why they

Quick Chek to Open Manchester, N.J., Store

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 fresh food store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, is hosting a grand opening celebration at its newest location in Manchester, N.J., with free coffee; plus kids under five feet tall get free fountain drinks during the store’s first 13 days in business (Apr. 13-25). Located

Quick Chek Mourns Loss of Colleague, Friend

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 fresh food store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, mourns the passing of long time friend and corporate family member Anthony Napodano.  Napodano, who served as the company’s vice president legal and general counsel until his retirement in 2007, was 72. Napodano began his legal career

Wawa Provides Red Cross Support with Chain Wide Blood Drives

Wawa is encouraging customers to join its efforts to help the American Red Cross save lives. From Feb. 15 until March 31, Wawa will be hosting blood drive sites at 20 sites in four of its operating states: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia. Wawa Associates have supported the American Red Cross blood drives for

7-Eleven Grows In New Jersey

7-Eleven is expanding in New Jersey, and at the Jersey Shore plans to add five new locations in Monmouth County and three in Ocean County this year alone, App.com reported. Throughout the state, 7-Eleven plans to open 200 more stores in 2010 and 2011, according to The Goldstein Group, a commercial real estate firm in Paramus.

New Jersey Students Win One Year Supply of Gas From Citgo

Middletown, N.J. high school seniors Erika Rech and Mike Ruane are the latest Grand Prize winners in the Fueling Good program created by CITGO Petroleum Corporation. The cousins earned their prize of a year’s supply of CITGO gasoline by supporting individuals and families affected by breast cancer. Their charity, Breast Friends Forever, raised more than

Quick Chek Introduces Third Annual Devils Night Out Sweepstakes

Celebrating its third year as the official coffee of the New Jersey Devils, Quick Chek, the family-operated premier chain of more than 120 food store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, announces its Devils Night Out Sweepstakes is back by popular demand. Beginning Monday, Feb. 22, customers will be able to submit an

Quick Check Donates To Ramsey N.J. Ambulance Corps.

Ramsey, N.J. Quick Chek representatives have presented a donation of $1,234 to members of the Ramsey Ambulance Corps. The donation represents $0.25 for every sub, sandwich and wrap sold during the store’s first 30 days in operation following its recent grand opening celebration.  Located at 40 N.J. State Route 17 North, the new store includes

Quick Chek Adds Single Origin Blend To Coffee Offering

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 fresh food store locations throughout New Jersey and southern New York, has added Nicaraguan Matagalpa, a mildy-roasted, medium-bodied coffee, which will make its debut in all store locations beginning Monday, Feb. 22. Certified organic by Quality Assurance International, this Fair Trade Certified Nicaraguan blend from the Matagalpa region

Cigarette Excise Tax, Ohio Cigarette Tax Changes Bring Higher Prices

An Ohio coalition refutes the findings of a recent report claiming that increasing Ohio’s cigarette tax by $1 per pack would bring the state $299.7 million per year. The report released yesterday, entitled, Tobacco Taxes: A Win-Win-Win for Cash-Strapped States is based on national and state surveys of registered voters. “Any economist will tell you

Quick Chek Introduces Sumatra Mandheling

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 fresh food store locations throughout New Jersey and Southern New York, is announcing the availability of Sumatra Mandheling, a smooth, dark and full-bodied coffee which features a subtly complex mocha flavor. Quick Chek’s new single origin coffee – coffee known for coming from one specific geographical region where

Quick Chek Debuts New Fresh Food Options

Quick Chek, which operates more than 120 stores throughout New Jersey and southern New York, is starting the year off by enticing its customers with a number of new fresh food offerings. New for breakfast, the chain is offering an egg white turkey sausage omelet on a multigrain roll, targeting those looking for a healthy

Meeting the Demand for Meat Snacks

Meat snack manufacturers are going after the teen demographic, solidifying them as the product’s target audience, and introducing new flavors and varieties to meet the changing needs of consumers. Many retailers agree flavored meat sticks are driving the category. “Flavors products are strong right now whether it’s the hot, teriyaki or the smoked,” said Bill

Wawa Guided by Rich History

The seeds for Wawa convenience stores were sown in 1902 when George Wood started a dairy with a small herd of cows and a processing/bottling plant in Wawa, Pa. Using the slogan “Buy Health by the Bottle,” the business grew throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey as a team of milk men delivered dairy products directly

Sunoco Downsizing

Sunoco Inc. said it is selling off 165 convenience stores and gas stations in the Eastern U.S.  The properties are located in selected markets in Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Philadelphia-based Sunoco operates a network of approximately 4,700 retail sites—including the APlus

New Jersey ExxonMobil Dealers Unite

By John Lofstock, Editor When ExxonMobil Corp. announced last June that it was getting out of direct-store operations, dealers of its venerable retail brands found themselves at a crossroads. They could either be on the receiving end of the deed to their own properties or be forced to work with a new master and an

The Tax Train Keeps Rolling

January could not end soon enough. The industry hasn’t seen such a tumultuous month since November 1998 when Congress first turned to tobacco as its financial panacea. Big Brother was at it again last month with the U.S. Senate passing the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)—including all of the cigarette and tobacco tax rate

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