New Austintown Sheetz opens Today - WFMJ.com News weather sports for Youngstown-Warren Ohio

Grand opening event next week

New Austintown Sheetz opens Today

Updated:
AUSTINTOWN TWP., Ohio -

There's a new place to buy gasoline, coffee, as well as other convenience store items at one of the Valley's busiest intersections.

A new Sheetz opens today on the site of former Burger King on Route 46 near I-80 between the California Palms and Dunkin' Donuts.

A company spokesperson tells 21 News that a Grand Opening is scheduled for Tuesday, July 17, when customers can enter to win prizes including 2018 Ford Escape and a $1,000 Sheetz gift card.

This new location will offer free self-serve coffee and soda for a limited time.

Customers are also being encouraged to donate a non-perishable food item to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Mahoning Valley. Sheetz will donate $2,500 to the food bank, according to a media release

People donating to the food bank will receive a Sheetz thermal bag while supplies last from 9 - 11:30 a.m. Through local and national food-assistance programs,

During the store’s grand opening ceremony, Sheetz will also donate $2,500 to Special Olympics of Ohio. 

  • More NewsMore>>

  • Victim identified in weekend homicide on Youngstown's east side

    Victim identified in weekend homicide on Youngstown's east side

    Monday, November 19 2018 4:09 PM EST2018-11-19 21:09:26 GMT

    Youngstown police and the Mahoning County Coroner's Office have identified the man who was shot to death inside of a vehicle early Sunday morning.

    More >>

    Youngstown police and the Mahoning County Coroner's Office have identified the man who was shot to death inside of a vehicle early Sunday morning.

    More >>
  • 500 turkey basket giveaway in Youngstown church

    500 turkey basket giveaway in Youngstown church

    Monday, November 19 2018 4:02 PM EST2018-11-19 21:02:27 GMT
    A Youngstown church is helping local veterans this holiday season.  The first 288 turkey baskets will be given to local veterans in need. It's part of The Place where the Lord Provides Christian Center annual 500 turkey basket giveaway. Bishop Salina Covington, said, "I got specific instructions in prayer the Lord wanted me to open up for veterans. God wants these guys and girls know they are important! so many are coming in with sad spirits. We are praying with ...More >>
    A Youngstown church is helping local veterans this holiday season.  The first 288 turkey baskets will be given to local veterans in need. It's part of The Place where the Lord Provides Christian Center annual 500 turkey basket giveaway. Bishop Salina Covington, said, "I got specific instructions in prayer the Lord wanted me to open up for veterans. God wants these guys and girls know they are important! so many are coming in with sad spirits. We are praying with ...More >>
  • Valley launches "Drive It Home" campaign

    Valley launches "Drive It Home" campaign

    Monday, November 19 2018 3:57 PM EST2018-11-19 20:57:56 GMT
    20 years ago, a community campaign helped to secure GM Lordstown's future. Now a similar campaign called "Drive it Home" hopes to do the same. And while the message is the same, there are some differences this time around. Those being the lack of specifics provide, no GM management attended Monday's launch at the UAW Local 1112 union hall and this time, the situation is more dire. It's a much different situation now because the Lordstown plant is only equipped to bui...More >>
    20 years ago, a community campaign helped to secure GM Lordstown's future. Now a similar campaign called "Drive it Home" hopes to do the same. And while the message is the same, there are some differences this time around. Those being the lack of specifics provide, no GM management attended Monday's launch at the UAW Local 1112 union hall and this time, the situation is more dire. It's a much different situation now because the Lordstown plant is only equipped to bui...More >>
Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 WFMJ. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms