Friday, May 17, 2013
The double fuelperks! promotion runs through May 29.
For a limited time, Giant Eagle customers who spend $50 will receive double fuel perks at GetGo fuel and convenience store locations. Starting Thursday, May 16, shoppers can earn 20-cents off per gallon discounts for every $50 spent using a Giant Eagle Advantage Card inside any of its stores in the Pittsburgh market, including the locations in Cranberry and Seven Fields. The incentive runs through Wednesday, May 29. Giant Eagle estimates the incentive will result in about 2 million gallons of free fuel. The promotion comes just in time for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, when millions are expected to travel the nation’s highways. The bonus free fuel reward increases the traditional 10-cents per gallon fuelperks! discount earned for …
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Most of the cutbacks effect employees at the grocer's corporate offices in O'Hara.
Giant Eagle, which has stores in Cranberry and Seven Fields, announced it is eliminating 75 positions, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. Rob Borella, senior director of corporate communications, told the P-G the layoffs are part of a continuing effort to cut costs and operate efficiently. Most of the eliminated positions are at the company's headquarters in O'Hara. Giant Eagle employs 36,000 people in four states and about 11,000 in Western Pennsylvania, a mix of part-time and full-time workers, the P-G reported. Giant Eagle has more than 200 supermarkets and and more than 180 gas and convenience stores in Western Pennsylvania, north central Ohio, northern West Virgnia, and Western Maryland. In November, Giant Eagle opened a GetGo gas…
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The new Giant Eagle incentive is similar to one offered by Sheetz.
Giant Eagle may be ending its foodperks!, but it's adding an extra incentive to use its fuelperks! program. In its place, Giant Eagle is rolling out a new 3-cent program that gives customers extra incentive to choose GetGo over other gas stations. The program started Feb. 4. "The new GetGo 3-cent program is simple," said Rob Borella, Senior Director of Corporate Communications. "Every time a customer scans his or her Giant Eagle Advantage Card while fueling at GetGo and isn’t redeeming fuelperks!, he or she will receive 3-cents off per gallon." The new Giant Eagle program is similar to the 3-cents a gallon discount offered to holders of Sheetz customer loyalty cards. At the same time, a company that helped Giant Eagle to initiate its …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Pittsburgh Penguins player Pasqual Dupuis will make an appearance at Thursday’s opening. The Steelers' Isaac Redman will be at the station next week to greet fans.
After months of construction, GetGo from Giant Eagle opened its newest location Thursday morning along Route 228 in Cranberry. Located in the Cranberry Crossroads shopping plaza, near the new Dick's Sporting Goods, the 5,500 square foot convenience store and gas station features a variety of foods, including subs, Angus burgers, breakfast sandwiches, sushi prepared on-site, salads, wraps—and a place to eat them. The GetGo has a sit down café able to seat 25. Open 24 hours, seven days a week, the location has 16 fuel pumps, four of which are diesel. All are eligible for redeeming fuelperks! and earning foodperks!, according to press release from Giant Eagle. Other on-site conveniences include a WetGo car wash, two surcharge-free ATMs, free …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Some of the job openings in and around the community.
Looking for a job? Here are the latest job openings in and around Cranberry Township. To see more information on each job, click on the link. Know of a great job in the area? Leave it in the comment section below. Owner Fiore Moletz is looking for bartenders and a chef to join his Burgh’ers restaurant in Harmony. The restaurant specializes in burgers from organic, locally-produced sources and also features prohibition-style cocktails. For an application, stop by the Burgh’ers restaurant at 100 Perry Highway, Harmony. Giant Eagle’s GetGo is hosting a job fair on Saturday, Oct. 6 to fill 35 full-time and part-time store positions available at its upcoming locations in Cranberry, including the GetGo that’s opening soon on Route 228 as part of…
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Get in and get employment with Giant Eagle’s Getgo. The job fair will be held at the Cranberry Township Municipal Center.
Giant Eagle’s GetGo will host a job fair on Saturday, Oct. 6 to fill 35 full-time and part-time store positions available at its upcoming locations in Cranberry, including the GetGo that’s opening soon on Route 228 as part of the Cranberry Crossroads development. No appointment is necessary. Applicants may simply attend the job fair between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday at the Cranberry Township Municipal Center on Rochester Road. Thos interested persons may also apply in advance online at Careers.GiantEagle.com.
Friday, September 28, 2012
The job fair is Saturday, Sept. 29.
Giant Eagle will host the second of two job fairs on Saturday Sept. 29 at the Holiday Inn on McKnight Road in Ross Township to fill a combined 550 positions in the northern suburbs of Allegheny County. The first job fair was last Saturday, Sept. 22. The grocery store chain is looking for employees for the future Valu King on McKnight Road, the Giant Eagle stores in Shaler, Bellevue, Ross Township, and Fox Chapel, and GetGo locations in Cranberry and Ross Township. Positions include management, food preparation, grocery, meat cutters, deli, bakery, clerks, and cashiers. No appointment is necessary. Applicants may simply attend the job fair between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Interested persons can also apply in advance online at Careers.…
Saturday, September 22, 2012
The chain is looking to hire at several locations in the northern suburbs.
Giant Eagle will host two job fairs on Saturday Sept. 22 and 29 at the Holiday Inn, 4859 McKnight Road, to fill a combined 550 positions in the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh. The grocery store chain is looking for employees for the future Valu King on McKnight Road, the Giant Eagle stores in Shaler, Bellevue, Ross Township, and Fox Chapel, and GetGo locations in Cranberry and Ross Township. Positions include management, food preparation, grocery, meat cutters, deli, bakery, clerks and cashiers. No appointment is necessary. Applicants may simply attend the job fair between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Interested persons may also apply in advance online at Careers.GiantEagle.com and Valu-King.com/careers. Like Cranberry Patch on Facebook or follow…
Sunday, August 19, 2012
The gas station and convenience store is expected to open by the end of the year.
Heavy-duty earthmoving equipment has begun to cut back the hillside behind the former Demor's Lincoln Mercury dealership to make way for a new GetGo at the intersection of McKnight Road and Brown's Lane in Ross Township. Giant Eagle has said it hopes to open the new GetGo on McKnight Road before the end of the year. In April, Pat Avolio, Giant Eagle's director of real estate development and construction, told the Ross Township Board of Commissioners he expected the business to hire 20-30 people, the majority of whom will be part-time. Like Cranberry Patch on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Don't forget to sign up for our daily email newsletter by clicking here. Avolio told the Ross planning commission in February that plans for …
Monday, April 30, 2012
Officials also approve plans for a GetGo gas station and a pair of twin office buildings.
More development is on the way for Cranberry Township. Cranberry supervisors on Thursday approved plans for the Century Business Park at the corner of Route 19 and Ehrman Road. The first phase of the project will be a Sheetz gas station and convenience store. Taking up 18 acres near Victory Family Church, the park also will include three office/warehouse-type buildings that will be built out in later phases of the project. The hillside the property is located on also will be graded so the Sheetz will be at street level with Ehrman Road. In a private-public partnership, Sheetz also will help fund a traffic signal at the intersection of Ehrman Road and Route 19. Jason Kratsas, Cranberry’s director of engineering, said developers would …