There is no Sheetz within the city limits! Please save us city-dwellers from the atrocity of GetGo!!!
I know Sheetz has begun to expand south and from what I hear its been positive. Im from the north but attend college in the south and miss Sheetz food. Expanding just a little further south to larger cities (Atlanta, Charleston etc.) or along major routes (I-95) would be amazing
I work in State College and when a local restaurant closed, I crossed my fingers that Sheetz would decide to open an MTO Only location! I could get my coffee fix, lunch, and even dinner there and probably would on a regular basis. Maybe if you started opening smaller MTO Only locations, people would associate Sheetz with delicious food and great selections then find convenience in the "gas station" being at their favorite ...more »
Just moved from West Virginia to Arizona and there are no sheetz. There isn't anything similar either. I'm going into sheetz withdrawal. Spread out west please
Please consider Derry, PA for a future Sheetz location. Derry is situated on Route 217 which is a heavily traveled route between Latrobe and Blaisville as well as many points between. A location in Derry would draw customers form all these neighboring areas. There are also several commercial properties available right along the highway that would be ideal for a Sheetz Location. The availability of diesel would also ...more »
Currently, the closest Sheetz to the Hampton Roads area are over an hour away, around the Richmond area. As much I enjoy all of the MTO offerings (especially the frozen hot chocolate), drive that far for them isn't exactly feasible. Ideally, stores in each "Major" city (I.e., VA Beach, Norfolk, Hampton/Newport News, and Williamsburg) would be perfect, but having one in either VA Beach or Newport News would be an excellent ...more »
Delaware county: south, south east of Philadelphia, this county my be perceived as "Wawa territory" but I believe (as do many others) a Sheetz location would be very profitable. 1: Delware county is very densely populated (hell my high school had 4000 kids in it). Throwing a rock in either direction could hit about 100 people, so even if sales aren't as great as expected the amount of people in the area could keep the ...more »
As you may be aware as of August 1st McDonalds will be leaving an already barron food court at the logan valley mall. This mall houses 30+ Retail chainz and businesses. The mall is a very very busy place at times. And me as manager in the mall i spend most of ny existence there. So i would like a place to eat with some variety (sheetz) i know youve tested as a concept before but this is a huge opportunity for you as ...more »
I live in a near suburb of dc and I really enjoy sheetz but the closets one is 45 minutes away, sheetz is by far the best gas station chain and I think that sheetz would get even more business and popularity in md. Although there may be more competition sheets has the experience, the smarts, the ideas, and excellence to get through it I think sheets would work great in md and va
Previously, Sheetz stores in the area had paypass in stores and at pumps so qualifying paypass cards could be tapped at payment. With paypass you were also able to use mobile payment platforms such as google wallet and isis mobile payment. Recently I have noticed that paypass machines were taken from inside the stores and paypass was disabled at the pump. With the increasing focus on mobile payment platforms such as isis ...more »
Need to build a new Sheetz at Route 8 and Interstate 80 in Barkeyville. I think it would do really well with all the traffic along Interstate 80 and there are no other close Sheetz along I-80 close. There are several big properties and could be built as a truck stop also.
Have you ever thought about having a storefront Sheetz in a town or city that doesn't have gas pumps? I live in the Northern Virginia area and see the many 7-11's and Starbucks that are located by metro stations, street corners and any other location that you can walk up to. I believe this is outside of your general company concept but there has been many days while working in Arlington that I say, "I really would love ...more »