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New Sheetz Store Set to Open in Greencastle, PA

Greencastle residents will soon have another convenient option for their dining and fuel needs as a third Sheetz store is set to open in late July or early August. The new store, currently under construction on West Baltimore Street, will add to the brand’s presence in the town and provide a range of amenities to its customers.

The upcoming Sheetz store will occupy a spacious area of 6,132 square feet, offering a unique blend of a quick-serve restaurant and gas station. It will feature the signature self-service kiosks that Sheetz is known for, enabling customers to customize and order their food and beverages with ease. Additionally, the store will have 12 gas pumps, providing fueling options for motorists in the area.

One of the highlights of the new Sheetz store will be its seating arrangements. Customers will have the choice of both indoor and outdoor seating, allowing them to enjoy their meals in a comfortable and relaxed environment. Moreover, the store will also offer alcohol sales, expanding its offerings to meet a variety of consumer preferences.

Sheetz’s public relations manager, Nick Ruffner, expressed the company’s enthusiasm about the new store in Greencastle. He stated, “Sheetz is in the process of building a new store along W Baltimore Street in Greencastle, PA. The company is excited to be offering its loyal customers in Greencastle a new location that will include a restaurant-style experience with self-service kiosks and seating both inside and outside the store.”

The upcoming store will join the two existing Sheetz locations in Greencastle, situated on Grindstone Hill Road and Antrim Commons Drive, respectively. With the addition of this new store, Sheetz is expanding its footprint in the town and reinforcing its commitment to serving the local community.

Sheetz is a well-established convenience store chain headquartered in Altoona, Pennsylvania. With nearly 700 store locations across Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, and Maryland, the company has gained a strong presence in the region, offering a wide range of food, beverages, and fuel options to its customers.

As the new Sheetz store in Greencastle nears completion, residents and commuters can look forward to enjoying the brand’s renowned offerings, along with the convenience and quality service that have become synonymous with the Sheetz name.


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