WAWA, Penn.—Wawa stores will treat kids ages 12 and younger with a Free Kids Meal coupon and an individually wrapped Twizzler when they come into a Wawa store dressed in costume on Saturday, Oct. 31, the chain has announced.
“While this Halloween season might look a little different, Wawa’s support of the community remains the same by providing families with a safe and festive way of celebrating the holiday,” said Mike Sherlock, chief product marketing officer, Wawa. “We look forward to treating our youngest customers to a Kids Meals coupon, along with a piece of candy to help local friends and neighbors continue the tradition of trick-or-treating this year.”
Wawa Kids Meals offer a choice of entrée including Junior hoagies with turkey, ham, roast beef or cheese, small mac and cheese, cheese quesadilla, chicken strips, small meatballs or small chicken noodle soup, accompanied by one side of apple slices, yogurt, mozzarella string cheese, 1-ounce chips or a chocolate chip cookie and a choice of beverage, including water or plain/chocolate milk. Depending on selections, Kids Meals are priced at $3.99, $4.99 and $5.99.
As NACS has reported previously, other retailers are feeling festive this month. Sheetz will toast Halloween with three spooky Drinkz, 7-Eleven is offering customers a 2-for-1 Halloween pizza deal and The Rainforest Car Wash in Medina, Ohio, has become a haunted car wash, complete with creepy costumes, evil clowns and devilish demons who terrorize and entertain customers as their car proceeds through the wash tunnel.