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A popular gas station food chain is making its way to the peach state.
The New Jersey-based gas station chain Wawa plans to open up throughout Southern and Coastal Georgia by 2024. The company said it would open up at least one store in Georgia and additional 20 stations in the years to come.
The announcement was made on Wednesday following the chain's success in other southern states such as Alabama and Florida. Stations will also be opened in North Carolina by the same year.
"Our continued expansion plans will allow us to reach more customers with our quality fresh food, beverages and community support friends and neighbors," said John Poplawski, a Wawa executive of real estate, in a statement. "Expanding to Georgia is a natural extension from the Florida Panhandle, and we look forward to serving more communities along the East Coast."
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