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 »
I'd so love to see Kylertown get a good size sheetz store or even better yet... I bet there is land up there to be had for a truck stop of your own. You guys could make that one an epic one. It would give the entire area something new...something better and something kewl! 👌 Not sure if this will get any votes but I think there is an opportunity there. Considering that the only truck stop there now is KWIK FILL 😛
I'd love to see a Sheetz in Enola, PA especially at the corner of Wertzville Rd and Technology Pkwy.
Sheetz needs to be in Hampton Roads, VA (Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach). It makes little sense that this area has been by-passed in the growth of Sheetz southward.
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 »
I lived in West Virginia for all my life and just moved recently to Ohio. The closest location is over 3 hours away. I wish you could put one a little closer such as Eaton/Dayton/Cincinnati Ohio or even Richmond Indiana would be within reasonable distance to drive to.
I have recently moved to Greensburg, PA and was surprised by the lack of easy access gas stations on the main drag of Greensburg near Westmoreland Mall. I come from a town that has a Sheetz practically on every corner, so perhaps my coffee addiction is the one sparking this idea as I haven't had a Sheetz coffee in 3 weeks. I've went to the only gas station nearby to fill up my tank and I find it usually always busy, hard ...more »
need a sheetz at youngstown state
The East Coast is a beautiful land and Sheetz brightens it up. Why should we let those dirty Californians get a Sheetz? Get your own gas station. If you want Sheetz so bad then move to the East Coast, noobs!
I miss Sheetz when I'm visiting California! I guarantee everyone in the Bay Area would love it!!
There are no sheetz or any stores similar to it anywhere around here. The nearest is hours away. This is a busy populated town that would receive much business
Some kind of icing sauce/whipped cream kind of sauce for churros would be yummy!