Wawa Honors Autistic Employee's 25 Years of Service

Azzato, Maubeen
May 2006
Convenience Store News;5/8/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that Ariel Shiner recently celebrated 25 years of employment with Wawa Inc., and his contribution was commemorated with a ceremony and festive reception in West Windsor, New Jersey. To commemorate Shiner's quarter-century of contribution to Wawa, CEO of Wawa Howard Stoeckel presented him with a plaque for his hard work, dedication and commitment to excellence. Shiner's success at Wawa resulted in the founding of Eden WERCs in 1981, which has grown over the years and now operates four centers in New Jersey that provide employment opportunities to 90 adults with autism.


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