YORK, Pa.— Rutter’s has expanded its footprint in Maryland with the opening of a new-build convenience store in Frederick on Monocacy Boulevard, featuring 12 fueling positions and three high-speed diesel fueling lanes.
To mark the opening, Rutter’s Children’s Charities will donate $1,000 each to the Frederick County Food Bank, United Steam Fire Engine Company No. 3 and SHIP of Frederick County.
“We’re excited to open our second Maryland location, and we have more planned for the future,” stated Scott Hartman, president and CEO of Rutter’s. “Our company looks forward to serving this great community with our best-in-class food offerings and amenities.”
The new 24/7 c-store is more than 8,400 square feet, and offers Rutter’s award-winning food menu, more than 700 beverage options, fresh and packaged foods, general merchandise, large restrooms, free Wi-Fi and more. The foodservice menu includes 24/7 breakfast, lunch and dinner and staples like Rutter’s build-your-own breakfast sandwich and the Route 30 burger.
On the forecourt, customers will have a wide variety of Top Tier certified gasoline options to choose from, including unleaded 15, flex fuel, regular, mid-grade and premium gasoline. The store will also offer premium auto diesel, as well as kerosene. For trucks and commercial vehicles, the location will provide dedicated high-speed premium truck diesel and in-lane DEF.
Rutter’s, a privately-held chain of convenience stores based in Central Pennsylvania, is an industry leader in foodservice, innovative technology and customer service. Rutter’s operates 81 locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.