Rutter’s keeps its tradition by locally donating at another grand opening

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On Thursday, March 21, Rutter’s CEO Scott Hartman cut the ribbon and presented four local charities with donation checks. It marks the grand opening of their newest store located at 3000 6th Avenue, in Altoona. The location is open 24/7. 

Rutter’s has been committed to becoming part of each community they’re in. The tradition continued as they donated $3,500 to those that serve the community.

Altoona Mayor, Matthew Pacifico, was on hand for the ceremony and activities including food sampling and prize drawings.

“We’re thrilled to have so many members of the Altoona community attend our Grand Opening. We look forward to having the opportunity to grow our relationships in this great area of Pennsylvania.”

Scott Hartman, President and CEO of Rutter’s.

The Altoona Rutter’s is the 74th store the chain has opened. Customers will have access to food, beverage, indoor seating, free Wi-Fi, large restrooms, and plenty of gas pumps for everyone’s needs.
 

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