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Sheetzhot dogs

We went to sheetz last night around 2am 11/17/19. Drove up and ordered two hotdogs and provolone sticks. When we got home to eat hotdogs they were dried out burnt. This is the second time that this had happened. I usually visit sheetz to grab lunch. I was at another sheetz a few weeks ago ordered a grilled chicken shnack wrap and it had a black hair in it so I'm thinking I might not be going back to sheetz. A hair is a easy fix make them where hair nets. Hotdogs burnt and dried out I have no idea how to fix that. Thanks and have a good day. Adding pics of hotdogs

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    I have been to Route 40 Sheetz 3-4 times in the last 2 weeks and filled up my gas tank each time. That's $50 each trip and the cashier at the register refused to scan my rewards card. I lost out on ALOT of points because your employees refused to scan my card after I repeatedly mentioned I had my rewards card. After this I will be going to marathon for my gas.

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