Did You know that the state with the most Wawa locations is New Jersey? That's right the Garden State has 27% of the nation's Wawa locations right here!

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There are 263 Wawa locations here in New Jersey, according to google. Well, it's soon to be 264 as the new Wawa location on Route 88 in Brick is looking closer to its opening day. The new Wawa on Route 88 in Brick is coming together nicely and will serve that section of Brick Township and Point Pleasant.

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Wawa locations have become not only known for their coffee and hoagies, but also for their gasoline stations as well. More and more the new Wawa locations come with their convenience store and their gas stations to make it a "one-stop" location. This is a very busy section of Brick Township and this should give motorists another option while traveling Route 88 and other area roadways.

 

Shawn Michaels

 

Also, the new location in Brick Township on Route 88 is also accepting job applications. So if you or someone you know is looking for employment, be sure to swing by or check out their website for employment details here in Ocean County.

No word yet on an exact opening day for this latest Wawa location in Brick Township, but from the looks of things, it's not that far away. As they continue preparations.

What do you grab at Wawa? Food? Coffee? Gas? or a combination of all the above?

 

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