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Sheetz Employees Provide Nearly Nine Tons of Food to Local Frontline Workers

Sheetz Employees Provide Nearly Nine Tons of Food to Local Frontline Workers

Altoona, PA (December 21, 2020) - Today employees from Sheetz, a major restaurant and convenience chain across the Mid-Atlantic, gathered at local hospitals across Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia to assist health care workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Sheetz employees worked to unload a combined total of nearly nine tons of food at 24 hospitals in the communities Sheetz serves. The meals include a variety of snacks and drinks to help fuel medical personnel including doctors, nurses and hospital staff as they work around the clock to deliver life-saving care to those fighting COVID-19. Participating hospitals include:


○ UPMC - Altoona

○ UPMC – Pittsburgh

○ Mount Nittany Medical Center

○ Geisinger Wilkes-Barre

○ Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

○ Lehigh Valley Hospital - Hazleton


○ The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

○ OhioHealth at Home

○ Cleveland Clinic – Akron General Medical Center

○ University Hospital Health System - Cleveland

○ Mount Carmel Health System


○ University of Maryland Medical Center

○ Meritus Medical Center

○ Frederick Health Hospital

North Carolina

○ Duke University Health System

○ University of North Carolina Medical Center

○ Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

○ Cone Medical Health System – Burlington

○ Cone Medical Health System - Greensboro

○ Vidant Medical Center


○ University of Virginia University Hospital

○ Carilion New River Valley Medical Center

○ Carilion Franklin Memorial Medical Center

West Virginia

○ West Virginia University United Hospital Center

Sheetz is deeply committed to its employees, customers and the communities it serves. These donations will be made in an effort to provide assistance and relief as the nation joins together to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.