7-Eleven Sustains Gasoline Volume Growth Despite Economic Slump

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Lakewood, New Jersey--In the three months since the September 11 attacks, 7-Eleven has shown a consistent increase in same-store gasoline gallons sold while many other chains have seen a decline. 7-Eleven reported November 2001 average gasoline gallons sold per store increased 5 percent, compared to November 2000, following a year-to-year increase in October. Year-to-date results through November show the chain's gasoline sales are up $2.6 billion, or 4.2 percent, over the same period last year. --PR Newswire

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