Motor City for a special visit to the Slurpee capital of the
Detroit is the Slurpee® capital of the USA, and 7-Eleven, Inc. hopes to return to the city to make Slurpee drinks — both regular and the sugar-free Slurpee Lite™ — available to Detroiters all the time.
In anticipation of a new permanent home in the Motor City, 7-Eleven, Inc.’s Slurpee Truck will make a special visit to Detroit on Tuesday, April 16, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. with FREE Slurpee beverages at 13 Cadillac Square (corner of Woodward Avenue and Cadillac Square).
making a comeback and with several proposed downtown store locations,
7-Eleven wants to be part of the new Detroit’s downtown central business
district as well as
in neighborhoods such as Mexican Town, the Fashion District, Harbortown and the lower east side.
food and fill-in shopping to the area, 7-Eleven’s
Detroit presence will also provide business opportunities as the new stores become available to franchise. Additionally, the company’s
Business Conversion Program (BCP) offers existing
independent operators of gas stations, convenience, liquor and small
grocery operations the chance to re-brand their business as a 7-Eleven
store and benefit from the company’s products, services
local, national and international brand that commits to the communities
in which it does business. 7-Eleven gives local community members
opportunities to be successful business people
through its franchise program, while also making a positive impact on
the community through its charitable programs.
promises all of the flavor of a traditional Slurpee® drink with 50
percent fewer calories. It is the first Slurpee-branded, sugar-free
frozen beverage to
be available at participating 7-Eleven stores nationwide.