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    Free Slurpee Day June 11 (walk in) 7 Eleven, & Other Samples

    5 Million Free Slurpees At 7-Eleven?
    No. 1 Convenience Retailer To Serve Free Slurpee? Drinks, Beverages, Snacks on 7-11 Day
    Dallas, TX, July 7, 2003 - Friday is July 11, but at 7-Eleven, Inc. (NYSE: SE), it?s better known as 7-11 Day, and the day the world?s No. 1 convenience retailer celebrates its birthday. This year is no different. To celebrate its 76th birthday in 2003, participating 7-Eleven? stores across America plan to serve more than 5 million free Slurpee? drinks and samples of several tasty new products while supplies last this Friday. An extra big bash is planned at a north side Chicago store, where the company will celebrate the milestone of opening 25,000 stores.

    On Friday, each participating 7-Eleven store will offer 1,000 customers a free 7.11-oz. Slurpee drink of their choice. The new featured Slurpee flavor this month is Mountain Dew Live Wire. Participating stores also will be sampling Big Eats Bakery? Dreammm? Donuts, new beef enchilada-flavored 7-Eleven Go-Go Taquitos?, Chipper Snacks, Briar?s Premium Root Beer and DefCon3 Energy Drinks.


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