The Rise Of 7-Eleven

by MOINSBD

7-Eleven, home of the formerly 64-ounce Double Gulp and the Pina Colada Slurpee, has helped revolutionize the way we shop at convenience stores. In March 2019, the 90-year-old brand launched its first Evolution Store. Featuring fresh food options and specialty alcohol, the new store concept is aimed at a new generation of consumers. And with consumer behavior changing due to Covid-19, the convenience store industry could be on the verge of a profound change.

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The Rise Of 7-Eleven

24 comments

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Brian King June 30, 2021 - 10:16 AM

7-11 is my birthday lol.

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J Lin July 13, 2021 - 9:32 AM

If it ain’t within walking distance it ain’t a convenience store. That’s why such stores in densely populated areas in Asia are successful and more developed. Me, for example, in a normal day will do purchase at one at least three times a day. Morning for coffee. Pay my bill or buy some snacks in the afternoon. Pick up a package or use the atm at night, etc. Can’t see this working anywhere in the US besides places like NYC.

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Ee J July 20, 2021 - 9:16 AM

After working at 7-11 I can go into any store and know what the area is like. If you go to the beer cooler and a lot of the four packs or six packs have a can or two missing where people only buy one can at a time, that's the ghetto. That is mostly what we sold, single can of steel reserve or high gravity, single black and mild, and a cup of ice. Took me a while til I realized oh swishers are used for weed and people buy cups of ice so they can pour their strawberita in it and drink it while driving but it looks like a soda in a big gulp cup and not a alcoholic beverage. And it was always so confusing when they would have a beer and a smoke and pull out a big wad of cash to pay for that with and you have to break a hundred for them, then they have some gummy bears or something and they are like oh that's separate and then use an ebt card to pay for that. So you can afford the beer and smoke and weed and ice, the essentials, but need assistance with the snacks?

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Loonaverse July 29, 2021 - 8:33 AM

Reminds me… every title that includes "The rise of" in a movie or game has been a flop.

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BONOKI August 11, 2021 - 7:08 AM

i don't understand how they're growing. i live Brooklyn & in the pass 5 years or so, 4 7-11 stores have completely disappeared form neighbourhoods that i often saw or visited. the remaining 2 that i know of, 1 that was newly opened bout 2 years ago, are nowhere located in a 'convenient' location for me & others that will use them.

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Dhaka1212 BDesh August 15, 2021 - 4:10 PM

Does India have 7-11?

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JAPAN PREMIUM August 16, 2021 - 7:16 AM

7/11&i in Japan makes everything in America look like trash 🤣… (Actually, all convenient stores here do)

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Don Dao August 16, 2021 - 3:28 PM

Free food, drinks, air fresheners and windshield washer fluid for at least a month

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Kidult August 22, 2021 - 9:23 AM

In Australia their prices for basic necessities are decent. Basically the same price as a supermarket. If you want to buy stuff apart from milk bread and eggs be expected to pay a premium.

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Ignacio Torres August 24, 2021 - 5:36 PM

Dallas Texas

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thomas aquinas September 1, 2021 - 5:12 PM

Before there was Wa-Wa and 100 copies, there was Seven-Eleven, replacing U-Tote-M. 7-11 was a total godsend for us working people; geez, without convenience stores, working on the outside would be near impossible. The 'Big Gulp' that was under attack from Ivory Tower 'do-gooders' if you remember back was the only way I could work on homes in Texas in summer. And, given the crazy price of about 79 cents, that truly was a public service…

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nandakanda September 4, 2021 - 3:52 AM

in Tokyo suburbia west: I see 7/11, Family Mart and Lawson duking it out with similar layout/service including ATM and parcel ship/pickup (le natural with access to pristine washlet restroom an oasis for roadtripers). there are dollar convenience stores sprinkled in between with narrower aisles lower prices and w/o access to restroom.
Supermarkets have aggressive price markdowns of perishable items as the day grows long which savvy housewives circle overhead for.

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•AntiHero• September 4, 2021 - 6:11 AM

I love seven11 in Thailand 👍

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Lee Weston September 7, 2021 - 6:05 PM

I cant stand 7 eleven employees. They dont deserve to make 12 an hour. They should be making minimum wage because they basically do the same thing people at mcdonalds and burger king do. Its doesn't take a college degree to mop floors sweep the parking lot run the register and clean the windows. I dont shop there.

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