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Cell Phones at Sheetz

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  1. Steve Crow

    Steve Crow Guest

    Dude... Sheetz is the best. Seriously, I eat like two or three meals a day
    there.

    On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Steven J Sobol wrote:

    > ( wrote:
    > > Major gas station chain. Like an Exxon, BP, etc.

    >
    > I wouldn't call it a major chain. It's a smaller regional company.
    >
    > Headquartered in Lancaster, PA, they run a bunch of discount gas stations/
    > convenience stores in Pennsylvania and in northeast Ohio. (And by northeast
    > Ohio, I mean the smaller towns - they're not in Cleveland or Akron, but they
    > are in surrounding areas).
    >
    > They do have very good fresh-made deli sandwiches there.
    >
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  2. Steve Crow

    Steve Crow Guest

    While we're off-topic, what the hell is up with "Royal Farms" or whatever
    it's called, on the VA/Maryland Eastern Shore... Very lousy Sheetz
    rip-off. As if the layer of garbage that forms the outdoor carpet isn't
    enough, that "stuff" that coats the floors of bathrooms in places like
    Wal-Mart, Burger King, K-Mart, etc., spills out throughout the entire
    store. They've got the touch-screen ordering system, with your choice of
    ham, turkey, or ham and turkey sandwiches... lettuce or tomato. Lame.





    On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, mailinglists wrote:

    > On 9/17/03 2:06 PM, in article KeCcncbrvaIKP_WiXTWJhQ@lmi.net, "Steven J
    > Sobol" <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:
    >
    > > ( wrote:
    > >> Major gas station chain. Like an Exxon, BP, etc.

    > >
    > > I wouldn't call it a major chain. It's a smaller regional company.
    > >
    > > Headquartered in Lancaster, PA, they run a bunch of discount gas stations/
    > > convenience stores in Pennsylvania and in northeast Ohio. (And by northeast
    > > Ohio, I mean the smaller towns - they're not in Cleveland or Akron, but they
    > > are in surrounding areas).
    > >
    > > They do have very good fresh-made deli sandwiches there.

    > Actually, they are from Altoona, PA. Turkey Hill is from Lancaster. I've
    > seen Sheetz in W. Va, VA, MD also.
    >
    >



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  3. Steve Crow

    Steve Crow Guest

    REAL convenience stores? You mean the ones run by some stinky foreigner
    who has tacky handwritten signs all over everything, like "you no pay you
    no drink drink" and "see cashier bathroom key" (need I mention the tennis
    racquet attached to said key?)... the ones who try to get by charging $1
    for a loaf of bread or $2 for a 2-liter of Coke... peddling watered-down
    gas at twice the price of liquid gold...

    THANK GOD Sheetz put a few of those hellholes out of business in this
    town. I'm waiting for the other 7-Eleven here to fold. Then Fas Mart. No
    WaWa, and I don't care for one, either.

    Steve



    On Thu, 18 Sep 2003, Diamond Dave wrote:

    > Its based in Altoona (Toon Town as I used to call it). Started as a
    > mom and pop store, its now a large regional chain extending to Ohio
    > and Virginia. They have just opened the third one in my town. That
    > chain and Wawa as well as 7-11 have choked this town of real
    > convience stores.
    >
    > Dave
    >
    >
    >
    > On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 13:06:15 -0500, Steven J Sobol
    > <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:
    >
    > >( wrote:
    > >> Major gas station chain. Like an Exxon, BP, etc.

    > >
    > >I wouldn't call it a major chain. It's a smaller regional company.
    > >
    > >Headquartered in Lancaster, PA, they run a bunch of discount gas stations/
    > >convenience stores in Pennsylvania and in northeast Ohio. (And by northeast
    > >Ohio, I mean the smaller towns - they're not in Cleveland or Akron, but they
    > >are in surrounding areas).
    > >
    > >They do have very good fresh-made deli sandwiches there.

    >
    >



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  4. Joe Burke

    Joe Burke Guest

    Yeah, they are based in Altoona, PA. I visited some friends down that way
    this summer. I think they have one for every square mile of that city. That
    sheetz guy can be seen in infomercials for one of those "get rich quick"
    things. And if you are from Pittsburgh, you pronounce it "Pixburgh" and the
    football team is called the "Stillers".

    Joe

    "mailinglists" <mailinglists@covad.net> wrote in message
    news:BB8E7BF3.58DC%mailinglists@covad.net...
    > On 9/17/03 2:06 PM, in article KeCcncbrvaIKP_WiXTWJhQ@lmi.net, "Steven J
    > Sobol" <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:
    >
    > > ( wrote:
    > >> Major gas station chain. Like an Exxon, BP, etc.

    > >
    > > I wouldn't call it a major chain. It's a smaller regional company.
    > >
    > > Headquartered in Lancaster, PA, they run a bunch of discount gas

    stations/
    > > convenience stores in Pennsylvania and in northeast Ohio. (And by

    northeast
    > > Ohio, I mean the smaller towns - they're not in Cleveland or Akron, but

    they
    > > are in surrounding areas).
    > >
    > > They do have very good fresh-made deli sandwiches there.

    > Actually, they are from Altoona, PA. Turkey Hill is from Lancaster. I've
    > seen Sheetz in W. Va, VA, MD also.
    >
  5. brian s.

    brian s. Guest

    no wawas? there not so bad...... but 7-11 and the one stop shops here are...
    the cashiers sleep in the back. lol

    "Steve Crow" <scrow@stevecrow.net> wrote in message
    news:pine.LNX.4.53.0309172344210.17767@www.stevecrow.net...
    > REAL convenience stores? You mean the ones run by some stinky foreigner
    > who has tacky handwritten signs all over everything, like "you no pay you
    > no drink drink" and "see cashier bathroom key" (need I mention the tennis
    > racquet attached to said key?)... the ones who try to get by charging $1
    > for a loaf of bread or $2 for a 2-liter of Coke... peddling watered-down
    > gas at twice the price of liquid gold...
    >
    > THANK GOD Sheetz put a few of those hellholes out of business in this
    > town. I'm waiting for the other 7-Eleven here to fold. Then Fas Mart. No
    > WaWa, and I don't care for one, either.
    >
    > Steve
    >
    >
    >
    > On Thu, 18 Sep 2003, Diamond Dave wrote:
    >
    > > Its based in Altoona (Toon Town as I used to call it). Started as a
    > > mom and pop store, its now a large regional chain extending to Ohio
    > > and Virginia. They have just opened the third one in my town. That
    > > chain and Wawa as well as 7-11 have choked this town of real
    > > convience stores.
    > >
    > > Dave
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 13:06:15 -0500, Steven J Sobol
    > > <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:
    > >
    > > >( wrote:
    > > >> Major gas station chain. Like an Exxon, BP, etc.
    > > >
    > > >I wouldn't call it a major chain. It's a smaller regional company.
    > > >
    > > >Headquartered in Lancaster, PA, they run a bunch of discount gas

    stations/
    > > >convenience stores in Pennsylvania and in northeast Ohio. (And by

    northeast
    > > >Ohio, I mean the smaller towns - they're not in Cleveland or Akron, but

    they
    > > >are in surrounding areas).
    > > >
    > > >They do have very good fresh-made deli sandwiches there.

    > >
    > >

    >
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  6. Joe Burke

    Joe Burke Guest

    when they start attaching the bathroom key to a cinder block, its time to
    find some other bathroom.

    "Steve Crow" <scrow@stevecrow.net> wrote in message
    news:pine.LNX.4.53.0309172344210.17767@www.stevecrow.net...
    > REAL convenience stores? You mean the ones run by some stinky foreigner
    > who has tacky handwritten signs all over everything, like "you no pay you
    > no drink drink" and "see cashier bathroom key" (need I mention the tennis
    > racquet attached to said key?)... the ones who try to get by charging $1
    > for a loaf of bread or $2 for a 2-liter of Coke... peddling watered-down
    > gas at twice the price of liquid gold...
    >
    > THANK GOD Sheetz put a few of those hellholes out of business in this
    > town. I'm waiting for the other 7-Eleven here to fold. Then Fas Mart. No
    > WaWa, and I don't care for one, either.
    >
    > Steve
    >
    >
    >
    > On Thu, 18 Sep 2003, Diamond Dave wrote:
    >
    > > Its based in Altoona (Toon Town as I used to call it). Started as a
    > > mom and pop store, its now a large regional chain extending to Ohio
    > > and Virginia. They have just opened the third one in my town. That
    > > chain and Wawa as well as 7-11 have choked this town of real
    > > convience stores.
    > >
    > > Dave
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 13:06:15 -0500, Steven J Sobol
    > > <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:
    > >
    > > >( wrote:
    > > >> Major gas station chain. Like an Exxon, BP, etc.
    > > >
    > > >I wouldn't call it a major chain. It's a smaller regional company.
    > > >
    > > >Headquartered in Lancaster, PA, they run a bunch of discount gas

    stations/
    > > >convenience stores in Pennsylvania and in northeast Ohio. (And by

    northeast
    > > >Ohio, I mean the smaller towns - they're not in Cleveland or Akron, but

    they
    > > >are in surrounding areas).
    > > >
    > > >They do have very good fresh-made deli sandwiches there.

    > >
    > >

    >
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  7. testgirl

    testgirl Guest

    Actually, no. The one in Wex. The Sheetz in CB is prehistoric.

    Diamond Dave <dmine45.NOSPAM@yahoo.com> wrote in article
    <th6imvked6d4os1raosra00nfd760o7vnt@4ax.com>:
    > Which Sheetz did you go to? The one on Freedom road by the Wal-Mart?
    >
    > Yet another reason I don't shop at Sheetz.
    >
    > Dave
    >
    >
    > On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 15:48:12 -0000, ( testgirl) wrote:
    >
    > >I was at Sheetz yesterday buying milk and oh-so-yummy lime tea. I was on
    > >my phone. So, I get to the register, and the store manager asks me to
    > >shut off my phone because it can cause her registers to go down. Mind
    > >you, I have never heard of this, and there was no signs advising that
    > >phones should be shut off in the store. Was she smoking something?
    > >
    > >[posted via phonescoop.com]

    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]
  8. Mike <inundated9@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > of Akron area locations now, including one in the Chapel Hill Mall
    > area just off the Rt. 8/Howe Ave. exit, and one up in Stow not far
    > from the Rt. 8/Steels Corners Rd. exit. I don't recall if they have
    > any in greater Cleveland, but they do have one out on Rt. 18 at 94 in
    > Medina County.


    They have one at US 20 (North Ridge Road) and Ohio 11 in Ashtabula,
    near the Ashtabula Mall.

    I used to stop at the Steels Corners store all the time when I worked
    in CuyaHokey Falls.

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  9. Diamond Dave

    Diamond Dave Guest

    Ah, the one on Route 19, across from where the big church is (and the
    former drive in years ago).

    Relatively new one if I recall. (I remember when it was just a vacant
    lot!)

    Dave
    (former North Hills resident)

    On Thu, 18 Sep 2003 12:06:13 -0000, ( testgirl) wrote:

    >Actually, no. The one in Wex. The Sheetz in CB is prehistoric.
    >
    >Diamond Dave <dmine45.NOSPAM@yahoo.com> wrote in article
    ><th6imvked6d4os1raosra00nfd760o7vnt@4ax.com>:
    >> Which Sheetz did you go to? The one on Freedom road by the Wal-Mart?
    >>
    >> Yet another reason I don't shop at Sheetz.
    >>
    >> Dave
    >>
    >>
    >> On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 15:48:12 -0000, ( testgirl) wrote:
    >>
    >> >I was at Sheetz yesterday buying milk and oh-so-yummy lime tea. I was on
    >> >my phone. So, I get to the register, and the store manager asks me to
    >> >shut off my phone because it can cause her registers to go down. Mind
    >> >you, I have never heard of this, and there was no signs advising that
    >> >phones should be shut off in the store. Was she smoking something?
    >> >
    >> >[posted via phonescoop.com]

    >>

    >
    >[posted via phonescoop.com]
  10. Mike

    Mike Guest

    On Thu, 18 Sep 2003 10:41:51 -0500, Steven J Sobol
    <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:

    >Mike <inundated9@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> of Akron area locations now, including one in the Chapel Hill Mall
    >> area just off the Rt. 8/Howe Ave. exit, and one up in Stow not far
    >> from the Rt. 8/Steels Corners Rd. exit. I don't recall if they have
    >> any in greater Cleveland, but they do have one out on Rt. 18 at 94 in
    >> Medina County.

    >
    >They have one at US 20 (North Ridge Road) and Ohio 11 in Ashtabula,
    >near the Ashtabula Mall.
    >
    >I used to stop at the Steels Corners store all the time when I worked
    >in CuyaHokey Falls.


    Hey, I grew up there, and never once heard it called that. It was
    occasionally called Caucasian Falls, for what were then obvious
    reasons if you walked down the streets...

    BTW, to wrap up this Roundup of Northeast Ohio Sheetz Locations off
    topic here ;) I searched their site, and found one out in North
    Ridgeville...that appears to be their only location anywhere near
    Cleveland, aside from all the aforementioned ones.

    Mike
  11. Mike <inundated9@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > Hey, I grew up there, and never once heard it called that. It was
    > occasionally called Caucasian Falls, for what were then obvious
    > reasons if you walked down the streets...


    I've heard it called that, but I'm the only one that I know that calls
    it CuyaHokey.

    > BTW, to wrap up this Roundup of Northeast Ohio Sheetz Locations off
    > topic here ;) I searched their site, and found one out in North
    > Ridgeville...that appears to be their only location anywhere near
    > Cleveland, aside from all the aforementioned ones.


    **filing away useless information for future use**

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  12. mailinglists

    mailinglists Guest

    On 9/17/03 11:47 PM, in article
    Pine.LNX.4.53.0309172344210.17767@www.stevecrow.net, "Steve Crow"
    <scrow@stevecrow.net> wrote:

    > REAL convenience stores? You mean the ones run by some stinky foreigner
    > who has tacky handwritten signs all over everything, like "you no pay you
    > no drink drink" and "see cashier bathroom key" (need I mention the tennis
    > racquet attached to said key?)... the ones who try to get by charging $1
    > for a loaf of bread or $2 for a 2-liter of Coke... peddling watered-down
    > gas at twice the price of liquid gold...

    You obviously don't get out much - $1 for a 1lb loaf of bread isn't bad.
    Neither is $2 for a 2-liter coke.
  13. mailinglists <mailinglists@covad.net> wrote:
    >> who has tacky handwritten signs all over everything, like "you no pay you
    >> no drink drink" and "see cashier bathroom key" (need I mention the tennis
    >> racquet attached to said key?)... the ones who try to get by charging $1
    >> for a loaf of bread or $2 for a 2-liter of Coke... peddling watered-down
    >> gas at twice the price of liquid gold...

    > You obviously don't get out much - $1 for a 1lb loaf of bread isn't bad.
    > Neither is $2 for a 2-liter coke.


    $1.60 - $2.00 is the norm for a convenience store. You pay more for
    the convenience of not having to stand in line at the grocery, and the
    C-stores don't buy the volume that the groceries and Walmarts of the
    world do, so they won't get the pricing to sell those 2L bottles at 79
    or 99 cents or $1.09 or $1.19.

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    Steve Sobol, Proprietor
    888.480.4NET (4638) * 248.724.4NET * sjsobol@JustThe.net
  14. Steve Crow

    Steve Crow Guest

    Bought two 2-liter cokes at Sheetz for $1.19 each last night. The same
    Sheetz which is about to be investigated for price gouging in the wake of
    Isabel, having raised prices for regular unleaded gas from $1.43/gallon to
    $1.76/gallon... once they are no longer the only place in town with power
    (huge generator now) they will have lost my business. Sheetz is no longer
    so cool.

    Steve

    On Fri, 19 Sep 2003, Steven J Sobol wrote:

    > mailinglists <mailinglists@covad.net> wrote:
    > >> who has tacky handwritten signs all over everything, like "you no pay you
    > >> no drink drink" and "see cashier bathroom key" (need I mention the tennis
    > >> racquet attached to said key?)... the ones who try to get by charging $1
    > >> for a loaf of bread or $2 for a 2-liter of Coke... peddling watered-down
    > >> gas at twice the price of liquid gold...

    > > You obviously don't get out much - $1 for a 1lb loaf of bread isn't bad.
    > > Neither is $2 for a 2-liter coke.

    >
    > $1.60 - $2.00 is the norm for a convenience store. You pay more for
    > the convenience of not having to stand in line at the grocery, and the
    > C-stores don't buy the volume that the groceries and Walmarts of the
    > world do, so they won't get the pricing to sell those 2L bottles at 79
    > or 99 cents or $1.09 or $1.19.
    >
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  15. Joe Burke

    Joe Burke Guest

    "Steve Crow" <scrow@stevecrow.net> wrote in message
    news:pine.LNX.4.53.0309211029370.1232@www.stevecrow.net...
    > Bought two 2-liter cokes at Sheetz for $1.19 each last night. The same
    > Sheetz which is about to be investigated for price gouging in the wake of
    > Isabel, having raised prices for regular unleaded gas from $1.43/gallon to
    > $1.76/gallon...


    $1.76/gallon is a good deal, its like $1.81/gallon up in Northern Ny. As for
    the handwritten signs, They aren't used at the store I work at as the Price
    Accuracy Coordinator anymore. They use signs made on a computer and they are
    supposed to have dates on them.

    Joe
  16. Steve Crow

    Steve Crow Guest

    They were back down to $1.49/gallon tonight so I guess somebody said
    something.

    On Sun, 21 Sep 2003, Joe Burke wrote:

    > "Steve Crow" <scrow@stevecrow.net> wrote in message
    > news:pine.LNX.4.53.0309211029370.1232@www.stevecrow.net...
    > > Bought two 2-liter cokes at Sheetz for $1.19 each last night. The same
    > > Sheetz which is about to be investigated for price gouging in the wake of
    > > Isabel, having raised prices for regular unleaded gas from $1.43/gallon to
    > > $1.76/gallon...

    >
    > $1.76/gallon is a good deal, its like $1.81/gallon up in Northern Ny. As for
    > the handwritten signs, They aren't used at the store I work at as the Price
    > Accuracy Coordinator anymore. They use signs made on a computer and they are
    > supposed to have dates on them.
    >
    > Joe
    >
    >
    >



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  17. Al Klein

    Al Klein Guest

    On Sun, 21 Sep 2003 16:37:08 GMT, "Joe Burke"
    <jburke1NOSPAM@twcny.rr.com> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:

    >$1.76/gallon is a good deal, its like $1.81/gallon up in Northern Ny.


    We've been paying between $1.89 and $2.05 (for regular) on Long Island
    since the blackout. I just spotted a Gulf station at $1,81 this
    evening, and he gets my business now.
  18. Al Klein <rukbat@pern.org> wrote:

    > We've been paying between $1.89 and $2.05 (for regular) on Long Island
    > since the blackout. I just spotted a Gulf station at $1,81 this
    > evening, and he gets my business now.


    When visiting Apple Valley/Victorville in March during the war in Iraq,
    I noticed that instead of the normal 10-20 cent difference between southern
    Cali and northeast Ohio, the difference in gas prices was 50-60 cents. Did
    you notice the same thing back in March?

    I can't speak for Laahngisland since I've never actually visited there, but
    I know that gas in Manhattan (at least, at the only two gas stations I've
    ever seen there, a Gaseteria somewhere near the Empire State building and
    a Mobil over by FDR Drive) is typically more expensive than other places
    (much like SoCal), and I was wondering if people got jacked out there like
    they did out here.

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  19. Al Klein

    Al Klein Guest

    On Mon, 22 Sep 2003 23:11:54 -0500, Steven J Sobol
    <sjsobol@JustThe.net> posted in alt.cellular.verizon:

    >Al Klein <rukbat@pern.org> wrote:


    >> We've been paying between $1.89 and $2.05 (for regular) on Long Island
    >> since the blackout. I just spotted a Gulf station at $1,81 this
    >> evening, and he gets my business now.


    >When visiting Apple Valley/Victorville in March during the war in Iraq,
    >I noticed that instead of the normal 10-20 cent difference between southern
    >Cali and northeast Ohio, the difference in gas prices was 50-60 cents. Did
    >you notice the same thing back in March?


    Since I wasn't in either place in years, no.

    >I can't speak for Laahngisland since I've never actually visited there, but
    >I know that gas in Manhattan (at least, at the only two gas stations I've
    >ever seen there, a Gaseteria somewhere near the Empire State building and
    >a Mobil over by FDR Drive) is typically more expensive than other places
    >(much like SoCal), and I was wondering if people got jacked out there like
    >they did out here.


    Manhattan prices are usually at least a nickel more than in Nassau
    County, and that's usually a few cents more than in Suffolk County.
    Since I filled up today for $1.81 in Nassau, and my local station in
    Suffolk is getting $1.91, I have no idea who's gouging by how much any
    more. But prices did skyrocket right after the blackout, and they
    haven't come down any since.

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