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7-Eleven Hits Colac

7-Eleven Hits Colac

7-Eleven Colac Open For Business

Colac local Cameron Gibson and his team are ready to welcome customers to the newest 7-Eleven in Victoria, located on the corner of Murray and Scott Streets.

Gibson said the store is fully stocked and the team are set to offer a great experience for their Colac customers.

“Our store is looking fantastic and we've worked hard to bring the iconic 7-Eleven offer to town,” he said.

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“Our offer includes coffee, Slurpee, an extensive range of fresh food including sushi, sandwiches, salads, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and convenient meals, treats and other snack options.

“We’re always looking for new ways to make our customers’ lives easier, so we're pleased to also bring our new 7-Eleven ParcelMate service to town.

“It's a great way to send packages in the lead up to Christmas because parcel weight doesn’t matter. If it fits, we’ll send it!”

Customers can also take advantage of the My 7-Eleven app to get loyalty rewards and lock in fuel prices to save money.

“By scanning the app each time you visit us, you can choose a free reward to redeem on your seventh visit, and there's other rewards and promotions that we run throughout the year," Gibson said.

“The My 7-Eleven app also lets you lock in the cheapest fuel price from the closest five 7-Eleven stores to your location, and you can redeem that locked price at any 7-Eleven store within seven days.

“Locking in a price when it is cheaper can be a great way to save.

“We’re really looking forward to our customers getting extra value through unique 7-Eleven rewards and savings.”

Colac locals are also encouraged to recycle single use cups in the store’s Simply Cups Recycling Unit.

“While we encourage people to bring a reusable cup for their coffee when they can, because we sell a lot of coffee, we know that we play an important role in helping to reduce the amount of single use cups that end up in landfill,” Gibson said.

“We think our coffee will be the best value in town, but because we want to rescue as many cups from landfill as possible, we’ll get them recycled regardless of where the cups are from.”

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