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Conan71
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« Reply #585 on: January 16, 2020, 10:13:58 am »

Central Oklahoma 7-Eleven Stores being sold to Corporate Overlords…



Are Slurpees finally coming to Oklahoma City?

The Lost Ogle link:  https://www.thelostogle.com/2020/01/09/central-oklahoma-7-eleven-stores-being-sold-to-corporate-overlords/



On a personal note, I would welcome Tulsa based Quik Trip franchise stores to enter the Oklahoma City market.



I don't really see that happening.  On Cue already has a really good toe-hold on the OKC market with a layout that is very, very similar to QT and they are doing a very good job of maintaining their properties.
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« Reply #586 on: January 17, 2020, 02:52:08 pm »

7-Eleven Inc. announces acquisition of 7-Eleven Stores in central Oklahoma

Irving, Texas-based 7-Eleven Inc. announced Friday it is acquiring a chain of more than 100, locally-owned 7 Eleven Stores in central Oklahoma that operated independently for 67 years.



Conan71:  When you live in another city and get away from the town you reside; sometimes you are impressed with what you see in another city.  First time I entered a Q-T in Tulsa IMO they put OKC's 7 Eleven to shame.  Although I visited only two QT in Tulsa--they were nice clean stores (Exterior & Interior).  We have some 7-Elevens here in OKC where they have to have armed Cleet certified security after 10 p.m.

Only feature that attracts me to OKC's 7 Elevens are the bill pay feature machines and 7 Heaven bakery products.  The bill pay machine: you can pay your bills (less expensive with cash) and receive a receipt.  If you put the wrong information where your account isn't verified, it won't accept your payment.

The bakery products are great--just don't over indulge--I don't want to see those love handles anymore where I stress out my YMCA membership to rid myself of the skin that sags along the waste line.
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