Wawa Hoagiefest 2009, June 1st-July 26th
Wawa’s Hoagiefest is back. Fresh with new Beatle-esque songs.
Warning: Be prepared to have these songs stuck in your head for the next 4-6 hours.
About Hoagiefest: From June 1 through July 26, a different Wawa Shorti (6″) will be featured every two weeks for just $2.99. There is also a contest of submitting your own Hoagiefest song/video to possibly win some sweet prizes. Like free hoagies for a year!
This Summers Hoagiefest line-up:
- June 1- June 14 – Italian
- June 15 – June 28 – Cheesesteak
- June 29 – July 12 – Turkey
- July 13 – July 26 – Meatball
Wawa is a chain of convenience store/gas stations located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. It is often associated with the Philadelphia area and the Delaware Valley, but the stores are common throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. Wawa sells over 195 million cups of coffee a year. The Wawa deli counter was among the first convenience stores to implement self-serve computer touch-screen menus for food orders, in an attempt to improve accuracy. It can potentially be used as gateways to up-selling, as well. Wawa is headquartered in Wawa, Pennsylvania, a neighborhood that includes parts of Middletown Township and Chester Heights Borough in Delaware County. Wawa offers products found at most convenience chain marts such as chips, drinks, soda. Wawa also make their own branded water, which can be found at any Wawa. Key products include its variety of coffee and cappuccino flavors and sizes, and its made-to-order hoagies. Wawa also offers a brand of hot breakfast products, most famous of which is the “Sizzli”. Wawa sells a variety of brand-name cold beverages and offers similar alternatives such as the Red Bull alternative, “Mach W”.
Check out last year’s Hoagiefest song and dance: