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    7-Eleven's First Post-Security Airport Store Takes Off

    Value-priced snack pack is available exclusively there.

    DALLAS-FORT WORTH, Texas — Inside a U.S. terminal at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport (DFW), 7-Eleven Inc. opened its first airport store located behind security. The new location operates from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Terminal A, near Gate 25.

    To commemorate the opening, 7-Eleven created an exclusive, value-priced snack pack containing a small bag of multi-grain pita chips; white cheddar cheese and salami sticks; a pouch of pitted green olives; a dried fruit blend; thin chocolate cookies; Gummi bears; and a butter mint. The snack pack is only available at the DFW store.

    "We believe visitors and airport employees will be pleasantly surprised at how many of their travel and everyday needs 7-Eleven can fill," said Doug Rosencrans, 7-Eleven's vice president for stores in Texas. "Whether they are arriving at their final destination or in the middle of a work shift, we look forward to serving the thousands who come through DFW's A Terminal every day."

    7-Eleven, DFW Airport and Paradies Lagardère Travel Retail, the concessionaire operating the new location, will hold a customer appreciation event on Nov. 11 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the store.

    As the event will take place on Veterans Day, 7-Eleven will present the Texas Christian University Army ROTC with a $711 Project A-Game grant for its Cadet Fund. Paradies Lagardère Travel Retail will donate $711 to the DFW Airport USO organization.

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