Quick Chek - References in Pop Culture

References in Pop Culture

The New Jersey-based band, The Bouncing Souls, has a song written about a girl who worked in a Quick Chek.

Another New Jersey-based band named The Number Twelve Looks Like You mentions Quick Chek coffee in their song "The Garden's All Nighters" from the album Worse Than Alone with the line of lyrics; "Quick Chek coffee is cooling down."

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