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Rutter’s Unveils ‘A Monument To Convenience’


Last updated on June 13th, 2024 at 05:12 pm

Rutter’s newest and largest store, located in York Springs and just 10 miles north of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, opened its doors Dec. 14 and is billed as a “monument to convenience.”

The new unit marks Rutter’s 61st store and the third Rutter’s location in Adams County, Pennsylvania. The 11.5-acre site has seven high-speed truck diesel fueling spaces, 14 fueling lanes for gas and auto diesel and 23 truck parking spaces.

The exterior fuel monument sign and gas canopy debut a new enhanced Rutter’s brand identity. Both use extensive LED lighting elements, bold colors and have a signature-contrasting look by day and night.

Inside the store there is a 36-person seating area, a gourmet coffee bar, free Wi-Fi and Rutter’s dairy products. The large restrooms are designed to be state of the art to accommodate both the interstate traveler as well as local patrons, according to the company. The store also offers a dedicated road travel accessories area to accommodate truck drivers.

“This new location is the latest evolution of our brand. It will serve the needs of several key business segments; namely convenience store shoppers, professional truck drivers and those seeking quick and casual restaurant quality food. As with many of our newer stores, it will combine the best of those elements under one roof to meet the needs of customers in the Gettysburg region,” said Derek Gaskins, Rutter’s chief customer officer.

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