(WFLA/CNN Newsource) – A convenience store chain’s newest concept is drive-thru only.
Wawa plans to open its first drive-thru store in December in Falls Township, Pennsylvania.
Customers will place their order at a drive-thru window, then an employee will bring it to their car.
Wawa said the idea was in the works before the coronavirus outbreak.
The company will also give a test run to a second store in Westhamptom, New Jersey.
If the concept works, Wawa plans to expand.
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