Wednesday, July 11, 2012
It's 7-Eleven Day, which means free Slurpees for customers through 7 p.m.
It's that time of year again. Today 7-Elevens are offering free Slurpees while supplies last. The deal is on through 7 p.m. today—7-11-2012—which is also known as 7-Eleven Day, according to the company website. For more information, visit the 7-Eleven Facebook page. Where did you get your free Slurpee, and what flavor? If not, why not?
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
As a kickoff to summer, participating 7-Eleven stores are offering free Slurpees from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. until supplies last.
No area high schools have held graduation yet, and schools are still in. But by giving away free Slurpees on Wednesday, 7-Eleven is pronouncing that summer has already begun. Stores throughout the country, including in Pikesville, Owings Mills, Randallstown and Woodlawn, are giving away free Slurpees from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.—until supplies last. Sign up for Pikesville Patch's newsletter that's delivered to your e-mail each morning. We called around and found seven stores that are participating, including the 7-Eleven at 7401 Windsor Mill Road in Woodlawn. They have six flavors there, including wild cherry, banana, grape and mango. The mango, called Fanta Sugar-Free Mango Glory, is a lite drink with half the calories of the other Slurpees, …
Monday, July 11, 2011
Pikesville's newest 7-Eleven—one of the first to sell nearly all kosher products—joins in national celebration of the corporation's 84th birthday.
By 3 p.m. Monday, nearly 600 customers had picked up a free Slurpee ice drink at Pikesville's newest 7-Eleven store. Owned by Harpreet and Darminder Suri, the store located in the Village Green shopping center participated in the company’s nationwide, free-drink promotion in honor of its 84th birthday—aptly set for the date July 11 (7/11). During the 10 minutes when I visited the store, Alienade was the most popular flavor of the light, icy-drink treat called a Slurpee. But cherry was also in great demand. Both the date and the weather—the high was in the 90s—made it the perfect day for the chilly promotion. Shari Rosen of Upper Park Heights in Baltimore City chose a Coke Slurpee, her only choice, she said, "because it tastes like the real…