Sheetz continues to expand its presence in North Carolina with a new store North of Greensboro in Eden. The store sits at 102 North Van Buren Road and brings the total number of locations in the state to 24.
“People in the Greensboro area have been good to us at Sheetz and we’re glad to continue to provide the best possible service 24 hours a day to help people get through their busy lives,” says Stan Sheetz, president and CEO, Sheetz Inc.
“We are happy to extend our devotion to the people of Eden as well and hope they enjoy what we have to offer.”
Doors officially open to customers this morning and employees will host a grand opening celebration with a ribbon cutting ceremony later this afternoon at 1:30p.m. Customers and all media are welcome to attend.
The 5,000 square-foot facility will offer fresh food items like the MTGo! and Shweetz Bakery lines of sandwiches, wraps, donuts, and muffins, along with the signature MTO line of Angus beef burgers, premium grilled chicken sandwiches, freshly made salads, French fries, onion rings and more.
Sheetz Bros. Coffeez, a full-service espresso and smoothie bar staffed by a trained barista is going to be available at the new store. Customers can order hand-made specialty coffee drinks including lattes, cappuccinos and mochas – hot, frozen or iced.
Sheetz also offers premium brewed self-serve coffees made from 100 percent Arabica beans in a variety of flavors such as Breakfast Blend, Serious Dark Roast, 100 percent Colombian and Hazelnut.
“Sheetz has a legacy of innovation, customer focus and employee development,” Sheetz says. “The company’s mission today is on meeting the needs of customers on the go by providing fast and friendly service, quality products in clean and convenient locations.”
Sheetz is also proud of its tradition of giving back to the communities in which it operates. Especially important to the organization is finding ways to be involved with today’s young people. As part of today’s celebration, the company will make a donation to the Communities in Schools of Rockingham County program.