Our Culture

When founder Bob Sheetz started the company in 1952, he realized how important it was to bring his childhood values into the workplace. He knew that by sharing these values with our employees, he was helping to build a strong brand. A brand that our employees could be proud of, a brand our customers could trust.

Sheetz knows that our employees are our most valuable asset, and we are committed to investing in our people, rewarding employees, and attracting the best talent for the job, whether it's in the distribution centers, kitchens, corporate office, or one of our store locations. We strive to create a great working environment where our employees feel valued and have all the resources they need. We do this by providing all of our employees with the opportunity to grow; instilling a culture of respect; and ensuring that all employees understand the importance of their job and the role they play in the larger company. We are a family-owned business and are very proud of the culture and environment we have created and nurtured at Sheetz. 

In addition to celebrating our hardworking employees, Sheetz has participated in countless events to help the community.

We connect with our neighbors in a number of ways and through various charitable organizations like Special Olympics®, youth sports groups, and Sheetz For The Kidz™.

Our own employees started Sheetz For The Kidz™ in 1992. Since then, we have raised millions of dollars to buy toys, clothes and other necessities for needy children during the holiday season. It's a charity that is very near and dear to our hearts, and our employees work hard to raise more money and help even more children each year.

Sheetz has also been involved in Special Olympics since 1991. We now serve as a sponsor of the summer games in Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina. Sheetz employees volunteer their time to work at the games and help serve the thousands of lunches we donate.

We pride ourselves on recognizing our employees and helping our community!