Dallas-Based Convenience Store Chain Cancels 7-Eleven Day For First Time In Nearly 20 YearsIt's a day filled with food discounts and free Slurpee drinks, but 7-Eleven Day won't be happening this year -- at least not the way it usually does.
Free Slurpees Today As Convenience Stores Celebrate 7-Eleven DayToday's date is 7/11 and the Dallas-based convenience store chain of the same name is celebrating it's birthday with what else -- free Slurpee drinks.
7-Eleven 'Free Slurpee Day' Sets Stage For Frozen Treat Marathon7-Eleven, on this eleventh day of the seventh month, celebrated the chain's 91st birthday with its annual Free Slurpee Day.
7-Eleven Offering Free Slurpees For 7/11Dallas convenience store chain 7-Eleven celebrates every July 11 with free Slurpee drinks. (Because the date is 7/11.) Just stop by any participating store between 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. to grab a free small-sized cup in any available flavor.
7-Eleven Expands Home Delivery, But Slurpees Not IncludedDallas-based 7-Eleven expanded its home delivery service to three cities Tuesday, but its most well-known item, the Slurpee, isn't on the menu for now.
7-Eleven Celebrates Free Slurpee Day On 7-11Dallas based 7-Eleven is giving away is signature summer drink for free to celebrate July 11. Also known as 7/11 day, customers will be able to grab a free small Slurpee at participating locations.
North Texans Sweet And Sour On Sweet Drink Ban IdeaThere’s new evidence that the nation may be souring on sweets—especially sugary drinks. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a ban on sugary drinks larger than 16 oz. The first-of-its-kind ban in the US would include drinks served at restaurants, movie theaters and sports venues. But, convenience and grocery stores would be exempted. The goal is to combat soaring obesity rates.