The Banksia Grove store is also the chain’s 38th location in WA.
7-Eleven has reached a new milestone in the country, opening its 700th overall store in Banksia Grove, Western Australia.
Located at 81 Ghost Gum Blvd, the new site is also the convenience chain’s 38th store in the state since opening its first store there in 2014.
7-Eleven says it continues to see “ongoing growth potential” in WA.
“We have sold up to 400 cups of coffee per store per day in the last few weeks, and this continues to grow,” general manager for retail operations Braeden Lord said.
Since January 2017, West Australians have also redeemed more than 195,000 fuel lock vouchers in 7-Eleven’s Fuel app, with an average of 14c per litre discount and $5.13 overall saving per fill.
7-Eleven says it hopes to open approximately 10-15 new stores in Western Australia over the next two years alone.
“My team are also keen to continue to speak to landlords and developers about fuel and non-fuel sites in Western Australia. We are interested in sites with good access and customer traffic that might be suitable for us to expand our offer into new communities,” Lord added.
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