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Rutter’s Doubles Size of Pennsylvania Store, Adds Second Floor

Remodel also includes larger kitchen, beer cave, new fuel options
Rutter's new store design
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Rutter’s nearly doubled the size of its newly remodeled convenience store in York, Pennsylvania, from 4,300 square feet to 7,800 square feet. The location includes a second-floor mezzanine with seating for 30 people, a larger kitchen, large beverage cooler and a 29-degree walk-in beer cave and wine selection.

Rutter's remodel

“We’re excited to show off our newest store design ideas, which we feel the customers will truly enjoy,” said Chris Hartman, vice president of fuels, advertising and development for Rutter's. “This updated location will give our customers a fresh and modern store that reflects our commitment to innovation, which is synonymous with our brand.”

In addition to the enhanced facilities, the upgrade also includes the introduction of new fuel options. Customers will now have access to unleaded 15, flex fuel, ethanol-free gasoline and auto diesel.

  • Rutter’s is No. 82 on CSP’s 2023 Top 202 ranking of U.S. convenience-store chains by store count.

York-based Rutter’s is a privately held chain of convenience stores. It operates 84 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.

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