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Rutter’s to Open Its Largest Store Yet

13,500-square-foot store set to open late 2024 and staff 50 employees
Photographs courtesy of Rutter's

Rutter’s, York, Pennsylvania, broke ground on its largest store yet—a 13,500-square-foot prototype near Milton, Pennsylvania. The company expects to open this new location toward the end of 2024.

The new store will have 12 auto-fueling positions, five commercial fueling lanes and will be open 24 hours a day. The store will also include Rutter’s food menu with Made For You combinations, Rutter’s 29-degree beer cave, an extensive wine selection, Spiked Slushies and video gaming terminals.

Rutter’s plans to employ 50 people at this location, with new team members starting at $18 per hour.

In addition to Rutter’s typical offering, the 13,500-square-foot design will also introduce a new look and features.

Evolution is key to success in the convenience industry, and all of us at Rutter's are excited to announce our newest prototype is on the way! It'll be the first 13,500-square-foot store in our chain and bring some game-changing new features to the award-winning Rutter's stay tuned for more details to come,” Chris Hartman said in a LinkedIn post.


  • 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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