RANDOLPH, NJ- On the morning of Thursday Mar. 4, Wawa of Randolph celebrated their grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a series of donations to give back to the community they just joined.
Most Northern NJ residents know the gas station - convenience store brand from summer trips down the shore, visits to Great Adventure, or other travels to the South Jersey / Philly area. Now, with the opening of the new Route 10 West superstore, it will become more of a familiar staple to Randolph and its neighboring towns residents alike.
Area Manager Bill Ott addressed the crowd, sharing some services Wawa prides itself on.
“We are your all-day, every-day stop for fresh and prepared foods, beverages and coffee, fuel, and surcharge free ATM’s’” said Cook. “We are committed to convenience for our customers and are happy to introduce our newest offerings of curbside takeaway and delivery.”
Ott then presented the Randolph Police, Fire, and EMS departments with donation checks of $1,000 each. Also presented was a check for $7,500 to Community Hope, an organization serving Morris County helping Veterans overcome homelessness, poverty and other challenges they face.
Mayor Mark Forstenhausler then spoke.
“I want to welcome Wawa to the community; this is a beautiful store, they are great neighbors, and we are happy to have them right next door to everyone stationed at volunteer fire company #2,” said Forstenhausler. “I want to thank you for coming to Randolph and helping out business community thrive.”
Attending the ceremony were all the members of the Township Council, including Joanne Veech, Christine Carey, Lou Nisivoccia, Lance Tkacs, Jim Loveys, Township Manager Stephen Mountain, and Assemblywoman Aura Dunn.