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New Wawa opens in New Port Richey

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NEW PORT RICHEY, FL (WFLA) -

A new Wawa store opens in New Port Richey at 4026 US Highway 19 Wednesday. This is the fifth and final store to open in Tampa Bay. It ends "five stores in five weeks" Wawa launch in the area.

Wawa will donate $35,000 made from hoagie sales during the launch to Feeding America Tampa Bay during the opening. The Executive Director of Feeding America Tampa Bay, Thomas Mantz will join the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

This time Pasco County Fire and Rescue and Pasco County MedFleet Ambulance teams will face off at the Wawa's signature hoagie-building competition "Hoagies for Heroes."

The ceremony will also feature a parade of Wawa's history and values and sampling of Wawa products. It will start at 10 a.m.

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