More 7-Elevens Coming Our Way?

CoStar, a Columbia-based provider of data to the commercial real estate industry, says in a news roundup that 7-Eleven plans 175 new stores in the U.S. in 2007, and is targeting Maryland, Virginia and DC among other states.

On its Web site, the convenience store operator says it is looking for locations in Prince George's, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and the District.

By Dan Beyers  |  July 6, 2007; 1:10 PM ET  | Category:  Retail
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Great. However, did the 7-11 company pay a bunch of CalTech bright kids money to design a counter that is safe for the workers ringing up the sales? No, of course not. I have an idea...DO IT. Not only would that deter thefts and murders of personnel, but it might make regular customers shop there more often without the anxiety of who might go in there to rob.
Oh, and then you can hire some culturally American workers. People do not want dirty looks from non-gambling muslims when they purchase their lotto tickets and beer.

Posted by: americancitizenspeaks | July 7, 2007 11:06 AM

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