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7-Eleven opens 1,000th store in Hong Kong

The commemorative store is located on Des Voeux Road in Central.

7-Eleven announced a new milestone, saying it has reached 1,000 stores in Hong Kong since debuting four decades ago.

The commemorative store is located on Des Voeux Road in Central, said the chain, which is rolling out a series of promotions and offers to celebrate the achievement.

Earlier this month, the chain launched “The Journey of 1000 Stores”, a retrospective showcase outlining the story of 7-Eleven in Hong Kong since opening its first store in Happy Valley back in 1981.

“Evolving alongside the people of Hong Kong, the brand has constantly innovated to live up to changing consumer expectations,” the chain said in a statement.

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