Wawa - St. Augustine
Wawa began in 1804 as an iron foundry in New Jersey, but when owner, George Wood, took an interest in dairy farming, the family started a small processing plant in Wawa, Pennsylvania. The milk business took off and George's grandson, Grahame Wood, opened the first Wawa Food Market in 1964 to showcase dairy products.
Today Wawa has become so popular - especially among Philadelphians and displaced Philadelphians - that it has its own fan club. Why? Because Wawa has coffee options galore - all tasty, bulit-to-order hoagies, squeaky clean rest rooms, surcharge-free ATMs, great customer service, and, oh yeah, guests can fill up their gas tanks, too.
There's also breakfast sandwiches, built-to-order specialty beverages, and an assortment of soups, sides, and snacks.
Wawa stores are located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, and Washington, D.C. The Florida stores, including the brand new one in St. Augustine, carry beer and wine, too.
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