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7-Eleven, Inc. Corporate Office Address

7-Eleven, Inc.
1722 Routh St Ste 1000
Dallas, TX 75201

Contact 7-Eleven, Inc.

Phone Number: (972) 828-0711
Fax Number: 972) 828-7848
Website: https://www.7-eleven.com
Email: Email 7-Eleven, Inc.

7-Eleven, Inc. Facts

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7-Eleven, Inc. Executives

CEO: Joseph DePinto
CFO: Stanley Reynolds
COO: Darren Rebelez

7-Eleven, Inc. History

7 Eleven was founded in 1927 in Dallas, Texas, when John Jefferson Green, an employee of the Southland Ice Company, began selling milk, eggs, and bread, from an improvised storefront in front of one of the company’s ice houses.

The manager of the ice plant, Joe C. Thompson, recognized the potential of this idea as the ice preserved the items and allowed people to buy these goods close to home. He eventually bought the Southland Ice Company and opened several stores selling convenience items.

In 1946 the name of the company was changed to 7 Eleven to reflect the stores’ new opening hours, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

In 1952 the company opened its’ 100th store.

In 1964 7 Eleven began implementing 24-hour schedules in its stores.

After a management buyout in 1987 and several changes in ownership, the company’s largest franchisee Ito-Yokado rescued the company from bankruptcy in 1998 and bought it outright in 2005.

Today 7 Eleven is the world’s largest operator, franchiser, and licensor of convenience stores, with more than 50,000 outlets. 7 Eleven operates in Japan, the United States, Thailand, Indonesia, Canada, Philippines, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Singapore.

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christie soules February 23, 2018 at 7:38 pm

My son works at 7-11 in Abilene, tx and one of the employees is always threatening him and bullying him. This other employee has been in prison and I don’t understand how he is even employed by 7-11. He has even been stalking my son and has sat outside my son’s home. He has threatened to beat up my son. My son is on disability and works at 7-11. My son did not want to report this due to fear of retaliation from the employee and fear of being fired. So today I reported it to corporate in Abilene and they just phoned my son and placed him over at a different store. They took him away from “his Store”. They said “for his safety”. So in other words, they are punishing my son by taking him away from the store he works at and where his customers know him. That is the very reason that my son did not want to report this. I will be calling someone higher up to report this. And possibly getting an attorney because 7-11 still is not protecting my son.


Kim Ferguson October 10, 2017 at 9:01 am

My husband has been shopping religiously at the 7 Eleven on route 46 I Little Ferry.
Unfortunately the store must’ve recently been franchised out and a week ago my husband went in to by his refills for his Logic Pro and came to find out that the employee sold him only one refill for the Logic Pro and two refills of the regular Logic. He went to return the wrong ones and they refused without a receipt, when my husband purchased the refills he did not receive a receipt, cause he was told they had no receipts at the time.
This particular store should have never ever been franchised out! Also they should let customers know when the store is now a franchise. Once a store is no longer ran by corporate you can say goodbye to good customer service,and Goodbye to loyal customers


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Jan-Erik Lindbblad April 12, 2017 at 7:35 am

Hi there,

I have a recommendation regarding your hot water service at your stores.

A set water temperature of 100 °C is way too hot. Customers have to wait until the water cools down before they can drink their coffee or tea. A set temperature of maybe 80-90 °C would be fully satisfactory, and you would save a lot of energy and, hence, money.

Best regards

Jan-Erik Lindblad


Anonymous March 6, 2015 at 3:14 pm

I just watched Under Cover Boss and in the end was disappointed in seeing what a tight wad you were, I have watch many of these and those i have watched have touched my heart BUT you my friend, Didn’t do hardly anything for the ones you so said this and that about and what they do for you and the company.
When others are giving 5,000,10,000,40,000,paying off someone else’s bills or house payments up to 100,000, you my friend did NOT step up with all you racking in the big bucks, living the good life, Very Sad
After all their Blood Sweat and Tears, they are making very little and most likely have so many bills,driving beaters,health problems and Bust the rear ends , and when a show like this shows the appreciation for everything they do i personally feel you didn’t step up like many other Under cover Bosses have and do….
One who calls them like i see them and for what it truly is…Kali4ornia


brandon August 29, 2015 at 3:53 am

i don’t know the situation from what you said because the comma’s were very upsetting, if….at the end of the week he is paying them at least minimum, wage……he is doing his job.Please email me (i’m a minimum wage employee myself( who happens to work under 7-11) he is a cheap ass but i love working under him so if i can help you in any way i will, since there is very little way you can see everyone who work’s there views point


Joseph Bollman December 2, 2014 at 4:59 pm

I’ve live in the Spokane, WA., area and I’ve purchased gas, food, and drinks for over 15 years at 7-Eleven Stores. I mostly purchase gas, food, and drinks at the location of 177 S. Division St., Spokane, WA., on the corner of Division and 2nd Ave. I’ve used the public restrooms at this location several times throughout my times at this store. Lately throughout the last 3 months, the owners, and the working staff/clerks have refused to let anyone use their public restrooms, as they state they are OUT OF ORDER….. There is No Signs stating they are OUT OF ORDER, but when you ask the store clerks for the keys to the MENS Restroom, they state it is OUT OF ORDER. I then ask for the keys to the WOMENS Restroom, and they give me the same thing that it is OUT OF ORDER. On their 7-Eleven Website for this location at S. 177 Division it shows and states they have Men and Women Public Restrooms. On Friday, Nov. 30, 2014, and Saturday, Nov 31, while purchasing gas, food and drinks at this location, I asked to use the restroom, and I was told again both times that the Restrooms were OUT OF ORDER. I asked them how can these public restrooms and both of them be OUT OF ORDER???? I filed a complaint with 7-Eleven Corporate Office concerning this matter, and also I filed with the Spokane Health Department concerning this matter….. The Health Department stated they would investigate this complaint with 7-Eleven Store refusal of individuals using their Public Restrooms inside their store, even when their website for that location shows Men and Women Public Restrooms. I again went to this location at S 177 Division on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd, 2014, to purchase chocolate milk, and after I made my purchase, I asked the lady clerk for the keys to the Public Restrooms. She stated, “They are OUT OF ORDER.” I asked them how can they be OUT OF ORDER for over 3 months, and she stated, “That they will continue to be OUT OF ORDER.” I told her I filed a complaint with 7-Eleven Corporate Office and with the Spokane Health Department, and I told her she better let her Manager know that I filed a complaint against their store. She said, “So What!”
I think Corporate needs to investigate my complaint concerning this matter of refusal of the use of Public Men’s and Women’s Restroom. I’m a Marine Corps Veteran, served 7 years, and I fought for this Country, and I’m being refused to let me use the Public Men’s Restrooms inside of 7-Eleven Store?????

Semper Fi!
USMC 1968 to 1975
Vietnam 1969, and 1970-71


Joseph Bollman December 2, 2014 at 5:13 pm

The dates are for Friday, Nov. 28, and for Saturday, Nov 29, 2014, and not for the 30th and 31st of November, 2014, that I was inside this 7-Eleven Store location to use restrooms, and made purchases….

Semper Fi!


Robert McDonald November 23, 2014 at 12:00 am

Re: 7-11/Shell Gas…
Diane…Cashier/Manager at your 7-11 in Amissville, Virginia:


Thomas kiley July 21, 2014 at 9:59 pm

to whom it may concern,
On may 1st a 4% meals tax went into effect in Henrico,va. excluded from this tax were drinks such as coffee. your store # 24395 is charging 10 cents meals tax on coffee, i have told them that coffee is excluded they said and i quote [ write a letter] so i am. This problem has made the news for the past 2 weeks and a lot of stores and resturants have made the change, but 7 eleven is still charging the tax. All this extra money you have collected goes in your pocket. One employee said to me show corporate your reciepts to get my 10 cents per coffee refunded. (WHO KEEPS THEIR RECIEPTS FOR THEIR MORNING COFFEE) If you are going to require reciepts for every cup of coffee in order to get your money back that would explain why you are still charging the tax, 98% of the people wont have any reciepts and you are making 1000″s of extra dollar right to your pocket. Since May 1st i have bought 1 coffee in the moorning and 1 coffee in the afternoon, monday-friday that adds up to 114 cups at 10 cents per cup, $11.40 I would like to hear from you about this matter Thomas Kiley, XXXX Oakland ave, Henrico,va 23228 (401)862-XXXX Thank You


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