It's a blast from the past starting tomorrow at your favorite Wawa! Customers will go back a few decades as your favorite convenience store kicks off a charitable, 1980s-themed celebration along with with the ABC sitcom "The Goldbergs."
They're celebrating the 7th anniversary of the Wawa foundation, their charity that focuses on health initiatives, hunger relief and support for educators and military veterans.
Tomorrow through April 23rd, all Wawa locations will play music from the 1980s and audio clips from "The Goldbergs," who live in 1980's Jenkintown. You can enjoy a "Goldbergs Garlic Chicken Cheesey Parm" hoagie that will be available all week, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Children's Miracle Network.
The Jenkintown Wawa at 816 Old York Road will go all out for Wawa Week, where some storylines from "The Goldbergs" have played out over the years. Special retro signage will be both inside and outside, with touches from the popular sitcom throughout the store. In fact on April 21st, the Wawa in Jenkintown will stream the latest episode of "The Goldbergs." and you can win t-shirts, gift cards and other "Goldbergs" prizes.
In case you didn't know, "The Goldbergs" premiered in 2013 and is based on the real-life Jenkintown upbringing of the show's creator, Adam Goldberg. It's one of the most popular sitcoms on TV.
So get your big hair on this week and enjoy the 80's at Wawa.