Friday, June 23, 2017

The City of Greenacres “is a lot of nothing”? Guess what. Greenacres has a brand new Wawa.


So maybe the next time when Frank Cerabino ranks the City of Greenacres and all the other cities in Palm Beach County (now 39), Greenacres will be a “lot of everything” now?
Or maybe it’s about time for all the cities in Palm Beach County to rank The Palm Beach Post?

Here’s the news in The Lake Worth Herald this week titled, “Greenacres Wawa Grand Opening”:

The Wawa in Greenacres, located at the intersection of Lake Worth and Jog Roads, held its Grand Opening on Thursday, June 15th. Participating in the festivities were Greenacres Mayor Joel Flores, Deputy Mayor Paula Bousquet and Council Members Peter Noble, Judi Dugo and Anderson Thelusme, City Manager Andrea McCue and staff.
     Members of the Fire Rescue staff, led by Fire Chief Mark Pure, participated in the “Hoagies for Heroes” competition against PBSO.
     Wawa, presented a $1,000 check to Leisure Services Director Michele Thompson and staff to help with the backpack giveaway scheduled for students this Fall.

and. . .

     A history of Wawa was delivered in the form of a parade, and Wawa the goose was on hand to provide entertainment.
     The Greenacres Wawa has hired 38 people, and the new General Manager, Steven Ayoub, is a local Greenacres resident.

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