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  • Tenant - 7-Eleven
  • Region - Canada
  • Suggested Size - 2,500 - 3,000 sq ft
  • Immediate Goal - Aurora, Burlington, Cambridge, Durham, GTA, Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener, London, Milton, Newmarket, Oakville, Toronto, Vaughan, Waterloo, Windsor
  • Agent - Greg Evans

Since 1927, 7-Eleven has successfully opened over 43,500 convenience and gasoline locations in 16 countries across the globe.  7-Eleven is known for its broad selection of fresh, high-quality products at an everyday fair price, along with speedy transactions in a clean and friendly shopping environment.  As the world’s largest convenience retailer, 7-Eleven operates, franchises and licenses approximately 7,600 locations in the U.S. and Canada and over 35,900 locations in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, South Korea, China, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Australia, Philippines, Indonesia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.  7-Eleven adds another store to its worldwide operations every 3-1/2 hours.

In the convenience industry, 7-Eleven was the first to…operate 24 hours a day…sell fresh-brewed coffee in to-go cups…have a self-serve soda fountain…and offer super-size fountain drinks.  7-Eleven was the first c-store retailer to give guests “freedom of choice” by offering all major soft drink brands at the fountain.  7-Eleven was the first convenience store to sell pre-paid phone cards.

The most Slurpee beverages are sold in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in Canada, followed by Detroit, Michigan.  However, the #1 store in the world for Slurpee drink sales is located in Kennewick, Washington.  7-Eleven guests sip almost 13 million Slurpee beverages each month.  Favorite flavors are Coca-Cola, Minute Maid and Cherry.  Since introduced in 1966, close to 6.5 billion Slurpee drinks have been sold, almost enough for every person on the planet.  Of all U.S. retailers, 7-Eleven sells the most…USA Today newspapers, cold beer, cold single-serve bottled water, cold Gatorade, fresh-grilled hot dogs and money orders.

7-Eleven looks for locations between 2,400 and 3,000 square feet and will consider locations as small as 1,500 square feet in certain urban areas.  Key criteria for new locations include: convenience, visibility, access and parking.  7-Eleven will also consider opportunities to develop gas stations.  7-Eleven will buy or lease real estate.  In Ontario, 200 new store openings are being targeted over the next five years.  7-Eleven offers a “AAA” corporate covenant.