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If you’ve got what it takes to franchise with 7‑Eleven, go ahead and take the first step.
Franchising with the world’s #1 convenience store is easier than you think, for all kinds of reasons. With the support of a global brand and a business model built for your success, a new word was definitely in order. Here’s more of what we’re talking about.
7‑Eleven CEO Joe DePinto says veterans know how to get a mission done. He should know. DePinto is a retired U.S. Army officer and advocate for U.S. military veterans. With that kind of support from the top, plus special military discounts and financing, it’s no wonder Military Times included 7‑Eleven in its
BEST FOR VETS: Franchises rankings.
There's a long list of reasons to franchise with 7‑Eleven. Here are some of the biggest:
Please help us congratulate Krishna Acharya on opening his first store! For the past 11 years he has worked as a 7‑Eleven Store Manager, and continually recognized for his store's performance in sales and Fresh Foods. As a Franchisee, he plans to focus on the community to help build his sales.
Your time in the service taught you leadership and discipline. Let 7‑Eleven Franchising help you use those skills to reach the rank of entrepreneur! Learn more today.
Please welcome our newest 7‑Eleven Franchisee, David Shamtoub! With 30 years of experience operating multiple locations throughout Southern California, he is well versed with handling the day to day operations of a convenience store and looking forward to providing excellent customer service for his community. Welcome to the 7‑Eleven family, David!
Sandra Owsley won the 2018 W.E. Take The Lead competition, and in April 2019, she was able to open her very own 7‑Eleven store. Though the competition lasted a total of eight months, Sandra’s journey to 7‑Eleven actually began several decades ago. While pursuing a business degree at the University of Miami, Sandra worked at a convenience store gas station...