The retailer is putting a unique spin on the “Slurpee run” by delivering the sugary beverage to customers, called the “reverse Slurpee run” through Uber Eats.
“We wanted to be accessible to everyone, without having to interrupt any of their activities,” said Doug Rosencrans, VP and GM of 7-Eleven Canada.
“From late-night gaming, family movie nights or relaxing on the beach. We are conveniently bringing Slurpee and the rest of the store to our customers.”
Aside from Slurpees, the delivery service will also bring customers anything else they may be craving from the convenience store chain, such as taquitos and chicken wings, milk, bread, or ice cream, in 30 minutes or less (hopefully, the ice cream doesn’t melt!)
7-Eleven piloted delivery in select Canadian markets earlier this year, but has since expanded the service to 300 of its locations from British Columbia to Ontario, including in major cities such as Winnipeg, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Saskatoon and Toronto.