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    Sheetz Inks Deal With PNC for Surcharge-Free ATMs

    The machines will be installed in 480 stores in January and February.
     

    ALTOONA, Pa. -- Locally based Sheetz Inc. reached an agreement with PNC Bank to provide in-store ATMs with surcharge-free access at the retailer’s locations in six states.

    Pittsburgh-based PNC will supply more than 480 ATMs at Sheetz convenience stores in Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. The installations will include more than 40 machines with DepositEasy capabilities, which enable PNC customers to cash checks and deposit stacks of cash or checks without an envelope.

    "Our customers are busier than ever. They have more do to, less time to do it and, as a result, are looking for the most efficient ways to get what they need," said Joe Sheetz, president and CEO of Sheetz Inc. "The PNC DepositEasy capabilities give Sheetz an advantage because customers can come to our stores and accomplish many, if not all, of their daily tasks in one stop -- just another way to provide great service for our valued customers."

    The new machines will be installed during January and February. Sheetz customers will not be charged a fee for using the PNC machines, but may still be charged by their own bank.

    "PNC and Sheetz have a longstanding relationship and are always looking for innovative ways to make things more convenient for our customers," said Todd Barnhart, executive vice president of branch banking for PNC Bank. "The surcharge-free ATMs are a great benefit for all Sheetz customers, and the convenience offered by the Sheetz locations further helps PNC customers to bank when and where they want."

    Sheetz Inc. is a family-owned and -operated convenience store chain with more than $6.6 billion in revenue for 2013 and 16,000-plus employees. The company currently ranks on the Best Places to Work list in Ohio and North Carolina, and has been on that list in Pennsylvania for 11 consecutive years.

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