Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Visit your nearest 7-Eleven to vote Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, but "neutral" is the biggest winner so far.
If the patrons of St. Louis area 7-Elevens decided the 2012 presidential election, so far Barack Obama would be the winner. The 7-Eleven started selling large coffee in red cups (for Romney) on blue cups (for Obama) on Sept. 6. It's a national campaign for the chain. The 7-Election2012 website has area, statewide and national results online. Nationally, Obama is ahead 60 percent to 40 percent. He leads Missouri 62 to 38 percent. Although there isn't a 7-Eleven in Town and Country or Manchester, cities in the St. Louis area with 7-Elevens are listed below, with the percentages of blue to red cups sold so far.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Celebrate with free coffee, but not at Starbucks or McDonalds in Town and Country and Manchester. However, St. Louis area 7-Eleven stores are offering free coffee Friday.
If the first words out of your mouth every morning are, “I’ll have a large coffee”—or if you can’t even speak until after you’ve had your java fix—there's a national holiday created especially for you. (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) America will put staunch tea drinkers to shame on National Coffee Day on Sept. 29, when coffee fiends can rejoice and celebrate their beloved coffee bean with free brew from national chains. Coffee was first brought to America in the mid-1600s in a shipment en route to “New Amsterdam,” now known as New York, according to the National Coffee Association. We have that shipment and the Boston Tea Party to thank for turning the nation into coffee drinkers. However, …
Monday, July 11, 2011
The convenience store is offering customers a free 7.11 ounce frozen treat Monday, July 11 to celebrate its 84th birthday.
7-Eleven is offering customers a free 7.11-ounce frozen Slurpee drink today to help celebrate its 84th birthday. The free Slurpee offer is available until midnight at participating convenience stores while supplies last. As part of the "Slurpee-bration," some locations will offer in-store specials, music, entertainment, prizes and food samplings. 7-Eleven began offering free Slurpees on July 11 on its 75th birthday in 2002, and it's become a big hit with customers,. In fact, one year the company gave out 5 million Slurpee drinks in one day. 7-Eleven first began in 1927 when a Southland Ice Company employee started selling bread, milk and eggs on a dock in a Dallas suburb. Today, the chain has 8,600 7-Eleven stores in North America and …