These are convenience stores and coffee shops in America. Sheetz family owns multiple stores which offer 24*7 services of custom food items, convenience store items, beverages, etc.
The headquarters of Sheetz is in Altoona, Pennsylvania.
Foundation and early history of Sheetz
This store was founded in 1952 by G Robert “Bob Sheetz”. Bob Sheetz purchased one dairy store from his father to open this store. Later in 1961, he offered part-time work to his brother Steve.
A second store named “Sheetz Kwik Shopper” was opened in 1963. The third store was opened in 1968.
Steve Sheetz was made the general manager by the year 1969. As per the plan, seven Sheetz stores were opened by the year 1972.
The stores expanded from seven to fourteen in the year 1972.
Later, Sheetz started selling Gasoline with central Pennsylvania’s first self-serve gas pumps.
How many Sheetz stores are in the USA?
There are a total of 637 stores of Sheetz stores in the United States.
These 637 Sheetz stores are spread in six states of the United States, covering 377 cities.
Most Sheetz stores
Sheetz stores are loved in many cities of the United States. The most number of Sheetz stores are there in Pennsylvania. A total of 292 locations are available with one for every 43,842 people.
States with the most number of Sheetz stores
With Pennsylvania on the top having 292 locations, North Carolina is at the second position. North Carolina has 111 Sheetz locations. This makes one store for every 94,486 people.
In Virginia, there are 91 Sheetz locations.
List of States having Sheetz locations
There are a total of 6 states that have Sheetz locations. The names of those states are Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, and North Carolina.
Sheetz locations in Columbus
There are 7 Sheetz locations in Columbus. These locations are listed below:
- 710 Sunbury Road, Delaware.
- 5234 Alum Creek Dr., Obetz.
- 9905 Johnstown Road/U.S. 62, New Albany.
- 4279 Cemetery Road, Hilliard.
- 1395 S. Court St., Circleville,
- 1895 Columbus Pike, Delaware.
- 6229 E Dublin Granville Road, New Albany.
Touch Screen Menus and other advancements at Sheetz
When the technological world was growing at a fast pace, Sheetz did its part. They launched a touch screen menu for more convenience for their customers.
The customers can then order the custom food while shopping for other items till the food is cooked. After that, the customers can pay for all the items at once.
Altoona of Pennsylvania has also seen a major impact being the company’s starting point.
Joe Sheetz, the current President and CEO of the family-run business said, “I don’t think we’re the reason Blair County is a great place to live but I’d like to think the jobs we’ve been able to create, particularly the jobs in the last 15 years, [are] not only well-paying jobs but lots of career opportunities that we’ve been able to provide people in this geography,”
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