Rutter’s Farm Stores, operator of nearly 60 convenience stores in Pennsylvania, has introduced an Alaskan Cod sandwich along with several other tasty selections to its inventive and award-winning menu. The Alaskan cod is a whole muscle fish patty with a light panko breading. Customers can choose to top their fish sandwich with the any of
The York, Pa.-based convenience store chain moves from the No. 27 spot it held in 2011 to No. 15 among fastest growing companies. Rutter’s Farm Stores has ranked No. 15 on the 16th annual list of the 50 top businesses making significant contributions to the growth, strength and success of the central Pennsylvania economy. This
Donates to Loganville, Pa. charities. Rutter’s Farm Stores celebrated the official grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony at its 57th convenience store on June 20, and marked the occasion by donating $1000 to four local charities. The Loganville Fire Co., the Goodwill Fire Co., Jacobus Lions Ambulance Club and the Jacobus, Loganville and Springfield (JLS) Recreation
Rutter’s announced its first winner for its Register, Scan and Win contest for summer 2012. Rutter’s Farm Stores plans to give away eight years of free gas to its loyal customers this summer, and its first winner was announced this week. Gregory Ball of Dover, Pa. won Rutter’s Fuel Up Free Sweepstakes, earnng a year’s
Customers recognize Rutter’s for its milk, quick service lunch and breakfast, and coffee program. York, Pa.-based Rutter’s once again was voted to the top for the 2012 Best of York contest. Voted on by readers of the York Daily Record, Rutter’s again placed first in Best Milk and Best Quick Service Lunch. Rutter’s also placed
Rutter’s 10th annual golf outing sets records by raising $110,000 to local Pennsylvania charities. Rutter’s raised more than $100,000 in its Rutter’s Children’s Charity golf outing, played May 7-8 at the Out Door Country Club in York, Pa. For the past 10 years, Rutter’s golf outing raised more than $800,000 for organizations whose work is
Growing up in New YORK CITY few things were as natural to me as eating out. Even now with three children, a minimum of two meals a day are eaten outside the house seven days a week. The kitchen table is more of a convenient place to store things, like takeout menus and the kids’
Store to employ 80 during construction, 40 full-time. York, Pa.-based Rutter’s Farm Stores plans to break ground on the chain’s 57th convenience store, which will be located off the Loganville exit of I-83 in Loganville Borough in southern York County. The multi-million dollar project is situated at the intersection of Susquehanna Trail and Reynolds Mill
Register, Scan and Win Sweepstakes Winners receive flat screen TV, free gas and more. York, Pa.-based Rutter’s Farm Stores gave many people in central Pennsylvania a reason to be thankful this week when it announced the latest winners in the Register, Scan and Win Sweepstakes. October’s grand prizewinner, Paul Seibert of Shippensburg, Pa. took home a
Register, Scan and Win Sweepstakes delivers prizes to lucky customers. Rutter’s delivered good news to many loyal customers this week, announcing the latest winners in the Register, Scan and Win sweepstakes. The grand prize, a 42-inch flat screen TV, was given to Kimberly Moser of Wrightsville, Pa., who couldn’t believe her luck. “I can’t
New Pennsylvania Dairy Leadership Council to identify critical issues facing the dairy industry. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has named Rutter’s Dairy President, Todd Rutter, to the newly formed Pennsylvania Dairy Leadership Council. Rutter is one of 25 council members representing each key segment within Pennsylvania’s dairy industry named to the Leadership Council, which will make
The York, Pa.-based retail chain’s year-to-date donations to local charities exceed $288,000. Rutter’s has announced a set of charitable donations totaling $130,000 to four central Pennsylvania community organizations. Rutter’s plans to give $50,000 to the York County Public Library system to provide two years of free Internet access at computers in the libraries. The donation
Customer Tammy Lawyer wins 12 months of free fuel-ups at Rutter’s Farm Stores. This week, Rutter’s Farm Stores announced the eighth customer to win free gas for a whole year in the convenience store chain’s Fuel Up Free summer contest. Tammy Lawyer of Hanover, Pa., gained entrance into the Fuel Up Free summer contest
Customers who used their Rutter’s Rewards card in August had the chance to win prizes including a free month of gas and a flat-screen TV. York, Pa.-based Rutter’s Farm Stores added a little sunshine to the rainy end of summer in central Pennsylvania this week by announcing the latest set of winners in the Register,
Rutter’s Farm Stores now trains its new employees through online training services having teamed with both Ready Training Inc. and Targeted Solutions. Rutter’s Farm Stores has launched a new partnership to bring online training services to its employees. The company will work with Ready Training, Inc, a full-service online training company, and Targeted Solutions, a
A loyal Rutter’s customer wins big in the chain’s “Register, Scan and Win” contest. Summer is heating up in Central Pennsylvania thanks to more prizes being awarded to loyal Rutter’s customers in the “Register, Scan and Win” contest. Among the winners was Joshua Welty, of Red Lion, Pa., who won a free month of gas.
While convenience stores continue to battle QSRs for coffee sales, a new clash has ensued for the morning daypart as a whole. By: Erin Rigik, Associate Editor. Despite busier lifestyles, breakfast remains the most important meal of the day to most customers. The Food Channel’s recent breakfast survey found that 95% of respondents viewed their
Rutter’s Farm Stores, Convenience Store Decisions’ 2010 Convenience Store Chain of the Year, has promoted Robert Perkins to vice president of marketing. Perkins, who joined Rutter’s in 2007, had been director of marketing. He has nearly 30 years of experience in the convenience retail industry in the areas of marketing, sales, business development and operations.
Rutter’s Farm Stores has broken ground for a 5,200-square-foot convenience store at routes 30 and 997 in Greene Township, Franklin County. The 24-hour store is expected to support 80 jobs during construction and create 40 permanent jobs when it opens this spring. It will be Rutter’s fourth store in Franklin County and 57th in Pennsylvania.
York, Pa., Rutter’s Farm Stores has opened its newest location, bringing some 40 permanent jobs to a 24-hour store at 1455 York Road, Monroe Township, Cumberland County. The store is at the junction of routes 74 (York Road) and 174 (Boiling Springs Road). Rutter’s has opened three Cumberland County stores-the others are in Shippensburg and