Join Team USOHRCV for the Grand Reopening celebration of the Wawa store located at 8105 Hampton Blvd in Norfolk, VA on Mon., Feb 11 at 10AM. The newly remodeled location, located near Naval Station Norfolk, will feature new Hand-Spun milkshakes, diesel pumps, and offer custom built salads. Wawa’s remodel program aims to improve efficiency and support expanded food and beverage offerings at prime locations.
Hoagies for Heroes Competition As part of the official reopening ceremonies, team USOHRCV will be on site on Monday, Feb. 11 at 10AM to participate in the Hoagies for Heroes Competition. Two teams of 5 members each consisting of a combination of USOHRCV staff and volunteers, will compete head to head to build the most hoagies in a minute. These hoagies will then be taken to nearby USO Center locations where they will be served to active duty service members. Wawa officials will also be on site to present a charitable donation.
Specials from 2/11 through 2/13 Active Duty Military who stop by the 8105 Hampton Blvd location on Monday 2/11 between 7AM and 12 Noon will receive a coupon for a free Shorti or Sizzli. In addition, various activities will be available and designed to show appreciation for those who serve. Also, during the period of 2/11 through 2/13, Wawa will offer all customers a variety of specials including Free Coffee (all sizes), $0.89 fountain sodas, $4.99 custom salads, $1.99 16oz hand-spun milkshakes, $2.99 Shortis and more. Free samples of Wawas new products and food offerings will also rotate throughout the day. For more information, read the full press release here!
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