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The Wawa business began in as an iron foundry. Since pasteurization was not yet available, many children faced sickness from consuming raw milk. Wood arranged for doctors to certify his milk was sanitary and safe for consumption, which convinced many consumers to buy the product. Demand for dairy products grew rapidly during the s, and so did the company. Wawa began using the slogan, "Buy Health by the Bottle," and served customers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, delivering milk to customers' homes.
In the s, however, consumers began buying milk in stores instead of using home delivery. Wawa started to open its own stores to adjust to these market changes. A parade was held from the original location to the new store on opening day. The Wawa Food Market stores were also part of a then-new trend in retailing, the convenience store. Open both earlier and later than traditional supermarkets , they carried other foods and beverages besides milk, as well as other items from the Wawa dairy.
In , Wawa began sharing ownership of the company with its associates through profit-sharing plans. In , Wawa formalized its associate ownership with its Employee Stock Ownership Plan ESOP , with stock being awarded to associates annually based on the prior year's service.
Because the company is privately held, Wawa secures an independent assessment of its stock value at regular intervals to ensure that the ESOP is fairly maintained. As of [update] , Wawa Inc. Farms, within two municipalities in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The properties are located in Chester Heights and Middletown Township. The Wood family also owns acres of estate property.
Its extensive land holdings have led to criticism by some, including one journalist who called them "the closest thing to a feudal barony this side of duPont. The chain 's name comes from the site of the company's first milk plant and corporate headquarters in the Wawa, Pennsylvania area. The name of the town Wawa is in turn derived from the Ojibwe word for the Canada goose taken from The Song of Hiawatha. It is said that the goose was chosen because the company employs the principles of teamwork, group consensus, and encouragement.
As of [update] Wawa Inc. Cynthia Mayer of the Philadelphia Inquirer said that, as a result of the land holdings, the Wood family was "the closest thing to a feudal barony this side of du Pont.
Beginning in the s, the dairy facility began selling excess parcels of land. In , it sold about 40 acres to the Franklin Mint. Several years prior to , the dairy sold 25 acres of land to a retirement complex, Granite Farms Estates. The process of selling excess land continued sporadically. Farms, a separate farm property. Wawa continued to own the farm due to symbolic reasons.
It also kept heifers along Route 1 in a strip of land adjacent to the plant which did not produce milk; Fritz Schroeder, then-vice president of Wawa Inc. Wawa, for the most part, covers parts of Pennsylvania not already served by fast-growing rival stores Sheetz and Kroger -owned Turkey Hill. Wawa is often compared to Sheetz due to their similar business models and Pennsylvania roots.
The company's corporate headquarters is located in the Wawa area, along Baltimore Pike   in Chester Heights. The Borough of Chester Heights receives a majority of its local services tax from employees of Wawa.
Wawa was among the first convenience stores to implement self-serve computer touch-screen menus for food orders, in an attempt to improve order accuracy.
Wawa implemented the program in stores in In , Wawa surpassed 1 billion transactions under the PNC brand. In , Wawa opened a store in Center City, Philadelphia which sold food only.
In , Wawa debuted the "Super Wawa", larger stores with public restrooms and more parking. Gasoline pumps were added in In , Wawa and McLane Co. It ceased issuing new cards in December , and the program was canceled in November Wawa moved into social media to connect with its customers, and in , its "I Love Wawa" MySpace page had over 5, members.
By summer , its Facebook page had reached nearly 1. On June 30, , 20 Wawa locations in Pennsylvania started a trial of selling Pennsylvania Lottery tickets from automated kiosks.
On December 6, , it announced that all Pennsylvania Wawa locations would sell lottery tickets from kiosks by spring Wawa offers products found at most convenience chain marts such as chips, drinks, and soda. Wawa also sells its own branded iced tea, soda, orange juice, and milk. Key products include its variety of coffee, latte, and cappuccino flavors and sizes, and made-to-order hoagies. Wawa also offers a brand of hot breakfast products, most famous of which is the "Sizzli", and also a full deli with touch-screen ordering of sandwiches, hot sides, drinks, and deli meats.
Wawa sells alcohol in Florida and Virginia. In , Wawa introduced a secret menu to celebrate its 54th Anniversary. It can be accessed by tapping the flapping goose in the bottom left corner of the ordering screen. Wawa's territory once stretched into New York and Connecticut , but in the late s, the decision was made to abandon the franchised stores in New York metropolitan area and New England , as it was too competitive.
The abandoned stores were re-branded when they were sold to Krauszer's in Connecticut and a variety of other convenience retailers, but most are still recognizable as they retain their distinctive "Wawa" design. The company continued to operate numerous stores in Central Jersey and South Jersey, and re-entered North Jersey in , when Wawa opened a new store in Parsippany.
The company plans to open five Wawas a year in North Jersey for the next 10 to 12 years. On July 18, , Wawa entered the Florida market when it opened its first location in Orlando. In some Jersey Shore towns, Wawa designs its stores to match the aesthetic, and changes operating procedures to adapt to shore culture.
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Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 14 October , at William Teddy discovered gold on Wawa Lake in The population of Wawa village quickly grew with 1, claims staked in However, most gold production stopped by Beginning in with the completion of the Algoma Central Railway, gold production commenced again from 22 prospects. In , the town site at what is now called "the Mission" was registered as "Michipicoten City.
In the latter half of the s, the town's name was temporarily changed to Jamestown in honour of Sir James Hamet Dunn , but it was later returned to Wawa at the request of the community's residents. Gold production had slowed by , but as mining technology improved, additional amounts began to be extracted from the area. Gold mining in the Wawa area prospered and receded several times in the 20th century, and it continues today. Notable producers include the Grace Mine , which produced 15, ounces, the Minto Mine , which produced 37, ounces, the Parkhill Mine , which produced 54, ounces, and the Renabie Mine , which produced 1.
Iron ore extraction has also been an important industry in the area. The search for gold during the Michipicoten boom led to the unexpected discovery in of iron ore. Francis Hector Clergue , an American entrepreneur, immediately recognized the iron ore for its potential; he established a steel company at Sault Ste.
Wawa was served by the Algoma Central Railway to ship ore for processing. The first supply of ore extracted from the Helen Mine was shipped to Midland, Ontario , in July ; this was the "first boat shipment of Canadian iron ore to a Canadian port. By , the mine had returned to full production capabilities and was mining one thousand tons of hematite ore a day. From to , the Helen Mine had the largest production of any iron mine in Canada. In , a second hematite ore deposit was uncovered near the Magpie River , twelve miles north of the Helen Mine.
Marie, bought up the claims and operated both the Magpie and Helen mines for the next decade. The Helen Mine continued ore production until , when the company felt the reserve of hematite ore was finally depleted. The same fate followed the Magpie Mine in The Census of Canada records that the population of the Michipicoten region in experienced a drop from 1, in to just ten years later. It was not until , with the threat of war in Europe and the emergence of a profitable market for Canadian iron ore, that the Helen Mine was reopened.
A sintering plant was constructed on the northern bank of the Magpie River, two miles west of the mine. It was used to treat the siderite ore before it was shipped to the blast furnaces at Algoma Steel in Sault Ste.
The plant became the centre for a small community called Sinterville, composed of workers and their families. The Helen Mine remained an open pit operation until , from which point on all production came from underground mining. In , the new George W. MacLeod Mine went into production adjacent to the Helen Mine. The ore was transported on an aerial tramline that consisted of over steel three-ton buckets traveling underground and then emerging three-quarters of a mile west of the 2,foot vertical MacLeod Shaft.
The tramline continued the remaining two miles to the sinter plant on overhead cables. This system was replaced in by the latest in underground mining technology, the highest-lift single-drive conveyor in the world.
During the summer of , Wawa hosted an archaeological field camp known as the Wawa Drop-In Project or the Big Dig,  for young hitchhikers traveling along Highway The project was directed by Professor K. Dawson  and supported by the federal government as part of its youth employment program. The results of this fieldwork at several important sites were never published.
The records are currently held by the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa. Throughout the s, Wawa and the Algoma Ore Division continued to be challenged by international market problems that plagued both the gold and iron mining industries.
In December , Algoma Steel announced that it could no longer support the high cost of extracting low-grade iron at Algoma Ore Division. Although Wawa's mountain of iron ore had more to give, operations were shut down in June , one hundred years after iron was first discovered in this remote corner of northern Algoma. Wawa suffered a population decline after the closures of Helen Mine and the sinter plant.
Its main industries have been forestry and tourism. In recent years, diamond prospecting and proposals to create a trap rock mine on the shore of Lake Superior have been developed; however, no mining activities of any kind have yet been established. In October Weyerhauser, which operated an oriented strandboard mill 30 kilometres east of the town, announced an indefinite shutdown of its mill. The final production shift ran at the end of December Given low demand for wood products, the likelihood of the mill reopening was marginal at best.
Since the shutdown, Wawa's economy has suffered a near complete collapse, as the closure resulted in over lost jobs, and more residents left the area. This has had a spinoff effect on other businesses and on the town's population. It peaked at close to 5, in the s but has since dropped to under 3,, according to the Canadian census. The collapse of the forestry industry in the first decade of the s also adversely affected the neighbouring communities of Dubreuilville and White River.
Wawa, the area's largest settlement, has faced grave difficulties in attracting new industry to the community and region. Wawa is home to English and French language schools. Joseph French Immersion School. In the school year St. Joseph School will expand its French immersion program to include Grade 8.
Exclusive French-language instruction is offered by two school boards. The Conseil scolaire du Grand Nord offers public school instruction at Ecole publique l'Escalade for students in kindergarten to Grade 8.
The community is known for its 8. Wawa takes its name from the Ojibwe word for "wild goose", wewe. Wawa was defined as wild goose in The Song of Hiawatha. The town is also known for snowmobiling and sport fishing. The Voyageur Hiking Trail passes through the town.
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