When you go to Boracay, you will not miss the convenience of having a 24 hours x 7 days a week always open store of 7-Eleven, because they have a store there now in Station 3!
7-Eleven, finally opened its first two stores in Aklan, located in Caticlan Jetty Port and Tourist Center and in Station 3.
The first Boracay store opening ceremony was held last n May 29, 2015. By the end of the year, they will three stores in Boracy. There will be a total of 11 stores to open within 3 years.
“We’re excited to be in Boracay, it is a very promising market that is still growing. We are happy that 7-Eleven is the first international convenience store to open in one of the top tourist destinations in the country,” said Jose Victor Paterno, Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) President and CEO.
You can now be able to enjoy the unique offerings that made 7-Eleven loved by its customers. You can expect to get a taste of the iconic frozen drink, Slurpee, especially in the midst of the summer heat. Other favorites include Gulp drinks, Big Bite hotdog and siopao, as well as new offerings under the 7-Eleven brand such as Fundae ice cream and their newly launched honest-to-goodness coffee, City Blends.
To make the grand opening more exciting, 7-Eleven is launching a special, limited edition offering exclusively for Boracay. Given that the island is one of the country’s top summer destinations, it seemed only appropriate to pay homage with the Slurpee Boracay Tub. For only P159, customers can enjoy 85oz of glorious Slurpee. The tubs come in two cute designs they can choose from.
The tubs are made of plastic, so customers can collect and reuse them. Slurpee sand buckets, anyone?
After the simultaneous expansion in the Boracay and Panay islands, PSC is also looking at potential cities like Bohol and other municipalities in Eastern Visayas to offer the convenience 7-Eleven has always given their customers.
Photo credits: 7-Eleven press kit