Many people have been heartbroken since 7- Eleven left San Antonio. Most of these heartbroken people state that 7- Eleven made their childhood worthwhile and that’s why they were so devastated to see it go. A 31 – year – old graphic designer named Eli Turin said that he was disappointed when he moved from Arizona and didn’t have a chance to taste a delicious 7 – Eleven Slurpee (Mysanantonio. Com).
But all that is going to change so buckle down because 7- Eleven is back in town. Buying convenience stores all around San Antonio to satisfy their Slurpee loving customers. And now 7- Eleven now owns 39 Speedy Stop and Tiger Market stores in Bexar County, adding to about 31 convenience stores in Alamo City that the company acquired from San Antonio- based Tetco Inc. last year. 7- Eleven is back and in full business so scoot on down to the nearest 7-Eleven, and get a refreshing Slurpee.