WAWA, PA, U.S. – Wawa officially opened, onFriday, January 8, its first standalone drive-thru at 549 W. Trenton Avenue, Morrisville, PA 19067. The architectural design of the 1800 sq. ft. store is based on key brand elements such as the trademarked canopy, while the offer is focused on fresh food in a drive thru experience.
With operating hours of 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. daily, the team can quickly serve 12 cars at a time for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Customers can order Wawa favorites in a new bundled offer such as a Breakfast Sizzli and Coffee for $4.29 to a lunch combo of a cold or hot Shorti® Hoagie with seven options, chips or hot side of mac and cheese, soup or fries and a large soft drink starting at $7.99 and/or a Build Your Own Dinner Combo of pasta with protein and vegetables or hearty bowls ranging from $6.99 – $8.99.
Specialty beverages, iced coffee, salads and Kids Meals are also available, along with the newest menu item of burgers and fries starting at 11:00 a.m. (Burgers available in-store at 4:00 p.m.) Limited selection of packaged products available including donuts, pretzels and Wawa Iced tea.
The store will employ approximately 30 associates, each receiving competitive pay, benefits and an opportunity to stock through the company’s ESOP (Employee-Stock-Ownership-Plan) after completing one year of service. Led by Wawa General Manager, Shaun O’Malley and Area Manager Maxi Blair, the team is committed to maintaining a healthy and safe environment while working to meet the needs of customers.
“Wawa continues to test new store concepts with this latest drive thru format, providing an opportunity for our customers to experience and enjoy their favorite Wawa products while remaining inside their car,” said Terri Micklin, Director of Construction.
“Wawa is committed to increasing convenience and provide new options for service while keeping safety and comfort top of mind. Wawa hopes to learn from the layout, workflow and traffic flow at this location, as it continues to explore alternatives for longer term application to stores post-COVID-19.”