Rutter’s 100-year plan:
further expansion, more gaming

  • Rutter’s 100-year plan:
    further expansion, more gaming

    According to the CSP Daily News article here, Rutter’s announced a 100-year plan that includes further growth in eastern and western Pennsylvania, entrance into the Virginia and Delaware markets and remodeling existing convenience stores to add alcohol and video-gaming terminals.

    In Pennsylvania, Rutter’s is looking to continue its expansion outside the central part of its home state, with its 10,000-to-12,000-square-foot stores on up to 25 acres of land. Rutter’s Pennsylvania market will run from the east, near Philadelphia, to west of Pittsburgh and north of Altoona.

    Twenty-one of Rutter’s Pennsylvania locations have video gaming terminals, which makes it the largest licensed gambling operator in the state that isn’t a casino, according to the company.

    Rutter’s has been a PriceAdvantage customer since 2010 and a Skyline sign customer since 2004. A Rutter’s case study explaining their complete PriceAdvantage / Skyline sign solution can be found here.

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