7-Eleven brings their trademark of convenience to the Eton Centris in Quezon City. The store grand opening pegged at July 30, 2010 marks a historical milestone for Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) as they inaugurate the 500th 7-Eleven convenience store, making it the largest chain store in the Philippines to date. As more and more Filipinos have come to depend on the reliability of shops open 24 hours, seven days a week, with a wide selection of fresh goods, 7-Eleven’s accessibility and wide array of products and services make it the default convenience store of choice.
With 28 years of experience and 500 stores in the Philippines, these numbers are part of the biggest network of retail stores worldwide with over 36,000 stores in 18 countries. Its strong commitment to quality consumer service and products, a solid track record in convenience store operations, and a well-designed training program and support system for investors makes 7-Eleven one of the top franchising choices in the country today. The company has been recognized over and over again by various award-giving bodies. Most notably, 7-Eleven was awarded the prestigious International Franchise of the Year by the Philippine Franchise Association (PFA) three times in a row – elevating the convenience store chain to Hall of Fame status. Recently, 7-Eleven has also been given the Franchise Campaign Marketing of the Year Award for Retail in the Food Category.
Tailoring their services to meet the daily needs of customers, 7-Eleven has become indispensable to the urban Filipino who knows that if he needs something anytime of the day, whether it’s an ice-cold beverage, a hot and filling meal or those things you just ran out of, 7-Eleven is sure to have it. This convenience store may not be a genie in a bottle, but it sure comes a very close second to satisfying your desires once you step in through their always-open doors.