As Nashville prepares for its first Wawa, a local newspaper gave readers a crash course on what they’ll be in for.
First of all, people do plan to go out and eat at a convenience store when it’s a Wawa, and much more, writes Mandy Hoskison and C.A. Bridge for the Nashville Tennessean.
“People have gotten married at a Wawa. There are songs about it. People get tattoos. Whenever a new location opens up, teeming crowds gather for a near-Mardi Gras experience — if the French Quarter had a bank of gas stations in the middle,” they write.
And Wawa eats it up.
“We are always grateful and treasure these moments more than anything — from customers lining up to be first in the door of a brand new store, or traveling to every store across a state …” said Wawa Public Relations manager Lori Bruce.
The first Nashville location opens in 2025, joining nearly 1,000 Wawa stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, and Washington, D.C.
Read more about Wawa in the Nashville Tennessean.