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Mobile gaming is back at Rutter’s this week.
On Monday, June 29, Rutter’s announced the reopening of 14 video gaming rooms at locations throughout central Pennsylvania.
“We are excited to be providing entertainment for our customers once again. However, the health and safety of everyone in our stores continue to be our top priority,” Rutter’s CEO Scott Hartman said in a news release.
Virtual gaming terminals are now available to play at 14 Rutter’s locations throughout central Pennsylvania. (Photo: Submitted)
As the state moves back into the green phase, Rutter’s has outfitted gaming rooms with plexiglass barriers between each machine and designated waiting areas for customers waiting to play, in accordance with PA Gaming Commission and CDC guidelines. Each gaming room has five machines.
Rutter’s opened its first York County gaming location in August last year. The York-based convenience store chain gained approval for its first location in Juniata County in June that year.
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Rutter’s will reopen 14 gaming locations including six in York County. Rooms are open 24/7, and patrons must be 21 years or older to play.
Rutter’s video gaming room locations:
- 201 Cool Springs Road — Wrightsville
- 129 Leaders Heights Road — York
- 2125 Susquehanna Trail — York
- 362 North Main Street — Loganville
- 3050 Heidlersburg Road — York Springs
- 4425 West Market Street — York
- 27355 Rt. 75 N. — Mifflintown
- 2215 Old Trail Road — Newberry Township
- 368 Lewisberry Road — New Cumberland
- 234 Kuhn Lane — Duncansville
- 20 Commerce Drive — Milroy
- 77 Benvenue Road — Duncannon
- 100 Grand Street — Hamburg
- 15 New Enterprise Drive — Leesport
Neil Strebig is a journalist for the York Daily Record and curator for the York on the Move newsletter. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, 717-825-6582 or via Twitter @neilStrebig.
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