"We think we can do that within due time," he said.
The next location the company plans to build is the new location at the intersection of Robert C. Byrd Drive and Neville Street in Beckley. That location will have inside and outside dining, though it won't have a drive thru.
It will feature 48 parking spots and 12 gas pumps.
Hazelet said the company would have liked to being construction on it this year, but had to delay the start of construction to next spring.
"There just wasn't enough time to build that project this summer and have it complete by winter," he said.
The location will be the fourth Sheetz in the Beckley area once it opens next summer.
Hazelet said construction at the Ripley location wouldn't begin until sometime in the spring or summer of 2015, as the company first needs to complete all necessary permitting.
"The Ripley site just got signed Monday," he said. "We usually allow a full year after a signature to allow for construction."
That Sheetz will be built at the current location of the McCoy's Inn, just off I-77 in Ripley. The company will first need to demolish the existing hotel prior to building the new store.
The Ripley location will feature 16 gas pumps, inside and outside dining and a drive thru for food.
The company is also working to sign a second site in Jackson County, as part of the five additional locations Hazelet said the company was currently negotiating to secure.
He said the company would continue to work to secure additional sites for its West Virginia expansion.
"We know where we want to be and we're working diligently on that," Hazelet said.
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