7-Eleven Celebrates Grand Opening of New Wesley Chapel Store
Neighborhood 7-Eleven stores are typically franchised by local entrepreneurs, who are members of the community in which they operate their stores. The May 31 open house gives Hank Menias an opportunity to meet and greet his new neighbors and customers. As part of the celebration, Menias will present a $711 Project A-Game® donation to the AdventHealth Wesley Chapel Foundation. Project A-Game is 7-Eleven stores' youth outreach program promoting academics and athletics in local communities.
Visitors will be invited to sign up for 7Rewards®, the 7-Eleven loyalty platform where customers can earn and redeem points on various in-store products upon checkout. For every six 7-Eleven beverages purchased – hot or cold, from small to large – served in a 7-Eleven cup, 7Rewards members earn a seventh free cup. To participate, customers must download and register in the 7-Eleven mobile app, available in the iTunes App Store or Google Play.
When franchising with 7‑Eleven, business men and women become part of a brand that's recognized around the world and consistently ranked as a top franchisor. With a business model built for success, entrepreneurs will not only be a part of a global brand but be equipped to run a successful business. To learn more, visit http://franchise.7-
WHAT: A weekday event with free food, fun, and festivities to celebrate the grand opening of the newest 7-Eleven store in Wesley Chapel
WHERE: 2525 Bruce B Downs Blvd, Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
WHEN: Friday, May 31, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
WHO: 7-Eleven Franchisee Hank Menias
· Free coffee and Big Gulp® drinks
· $0.50 Big Bite® hot dogs and pizza slices
· Radio station Wild 94.1
· Face-painting and balloon animals
· Games and activities