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Sheetz On Pugh Street To Open September 28

Get ready, State College. You’ll be able to order mozzarella sticks and mac and cheese bites at all hours of the day. Soon. Sheetz will open its doors on September 28, according to Sheetz Public Relations Manager Tarah Arnold .

This month’s grand opening marks the end of a long journey for the Pennsylvania staple. Sheetz first announced plans to build a location downtown in January. The future convenience store chain is located at 129 ½ S. Pugh Street, the former location of Duo Nightclub.

The downtown location will be 5,000 square feet, and will feature Sheetz’s famous Made-to-Order station. Additionally, the store will include a new tray service. That way, you can binge on your favorite Sheetz treats in the store itself.

Perhaps the most exciting component of the downtown Sheetz is the promise of a “beer cave.” Yes, you read that correctly. The convenience store will feature its famous take-out brews section.

All of this is just 27 days away, Penn State!

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Anna Foley

Anna is a senior majoring in Communication Arts & Sciences and Spanish with a minor in Theatre. Yes, she went to Spain. Follow her half-funny thoughts @exfoleyator and send her chain emails at [email protected]

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