Hi it’s Thursday, and on Thursday I like to chitchat about what’s happening around Philly. Lots, we’re a bustling City for sure. Hope your week is going well so far.
After winning against Oklahoma on Monday, Bendall and friends headed to Harp & Crown’s Elbow Lane, which is a lounge in the basement which has two bowling lanes.
In October 2018, I broke the story that Wawa was going to open near 16th and Chestnut Streets, and April 2019 they officially announced it – a mini Wawa, or as I like to call it a grab & go Wawa will include a walk-up window (l) where customers can pick up orders they’ve placed ahead of time via Wawa’s mobile app. The menu will still include sandwiches, and drinks so it’ll be interested to see how it handles foot traffic in such a confined space.
The hours are 6am to 10pm daily. On Friday at 8 a.m. the first 100 customers through the door will receive a T-Shirt and free coffee. Then the official ribbon cutting ceremony will be at 10 a.m., with city officials and community leaders in attendance. Wawa Celebrates Grand Opening of Newest Center City Location at 16th and Ranstead Streets,
Marking First Store of 2020 as Innovative Food Focused Destination for Customers on the Go
**FREE coffee for all customers through Monday, January 13, 2020
**Special giveaways – first 100 customers will receive Wawa t-shirts, enjoy fanfare and the first
tastes of new food and drink offerings
10AM Hoagies for Heroes, hoagie building competition where teams from Philadelphia Police
Department and Philadelphia Fire Department will face off to see who can build the most
hoagies in three-minutes in the traditional Wawa way. Wawa will conclude the Hoagies for
Heroes competitions by presenting checks on behalf of the winning and runner up teams, for
$1,000 to the charities of their choice.
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