Convenience stores just got more convenient!
We first got wind of Dunkin’ Donuts’ bike-thru stores. Now, visits to convenience stores also just got more exciting with 7-Eleven’s first drive-thru in the Philippines.
They first tested out their drive-thru service in Dallas, Texas in the United States during March of this year and now have expanded to cater to Filipinos as well.
The drive-thru is patterned exactly like your regular fast-food chain where you pull up to the driveway, place your orders, pay, and pick it up at the next window. Apart from their quick ready-to-eat meals such as hotdogs, donuts, and coffee, you could also shop for other necessities which are usually found in regular 7-Eleven stores such as biscuits, chips, bottled drinks, and the like.
Unfortunately for us city-dwellers, the first-ever 7-Eleven drive-thru store in the Philippines is located at Subic Bay Gateway Park Gate 4 in Olongapo City. Sounds like this calls for a road trip!
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