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7-Eleven Sells Its Own Wine and More Fun Facts About America’s First Convenience Store

Cheapism Logo By Jay Gentile of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 21: Few stores are more ingrained into the fabric of American culture than 7-Eleven. Yet for all of its ubiquity and history, the world’s largest convenience store chain still hides some fascinating facts unknown to even its most loyal customers. So the next time you make a run for a Big Gulp and bag of Doritos at 4 a.m., keep these facts in mind. (Looking for more from your convenience store? See what these unique spots offer.)

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Few stores are more ingrained into the fabric of American culture than 7-Eleven. Yet for all of its ubiquity and history, the world’s largest convenience store chain still hides some fascinating facts unknown to even its most loyal customers. So the next time you make a run for a Big Gulp and bag of Doritos at 4 a.m., keep these facts in mind. (Looking for more from your convenience store? See what these unique spots offer.)
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