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America’s favorite convenience store just made ordering lunch a bit more convenient for phone-savvy customers. Last week, Wawa announced that members of its rewards program can order food and beverages from their mobile device.
Previously the service, which store officials said gives customers more flexibility when placing orders, was only available at a few select locations — many of which were in Pennsylvania.
“We are thrilled to offer this exciting new enhancement as an added convenience to our Wawa Rewards members at all of our stores,” Jim Morey, Wawa’s executive vice president, said in a statement. “At Wawa, we exist to go beyond filling customer orders, to fulfill customers’ lives every day. This new mobile ordering enhancement takes that commitment to the next level.”-30-
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