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Innovation represents a core pillar that supports 7-Eleven Hawaii’s mission
to provide convenience to customers across the state.
The team at 7-Eleven Ha- waii has carved out a niche in the local community as its stores go beyond a traditional category — they operate in a unique space that blends elements of a gas station, grocery store and restaurant.
“We are somewhere at a crossroads of all three, and we change depending on what you need, when you need it,” says 7-Eleven Ha- waii marketing manager Annika Streng. “That’s what makes us convenient; not only is it important for us to have physical locations throughout the state, but also to provide the products and services that add value for our customers. We are hon- ored to carry the legacy of
7-Eleven Hawaii’s marketing manager Annika Streng shows off some of the store’s items.
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the world’s first convenience store and look forward to evolving with the people of Hawaii.”
7-Eleven Hawaii success- fully opened its 66th loca- tion on March 30 following a private store blessing cer-
emony with team members and support staff. This new store in Kaneohe Shopping Center (45-394 Kamehame- ha Hwy.) is 7-Eleven Hawaii’s third location in the Kaneohe neighborhood, and its larg- est one featuring 3,500-plus
square feet.
This brand-new store
includes conveniences and features such as bean- to-cup coffee machines, 7-Eleven Hawaii’s hot-to-go program, which offers piz- za and empanadas, as well
as f ’Real milkshakes and blended treats. This large store has spacious aisles, so customers have ample room to browse and look around without feeling cramped or confined. This addition con- tinues a 2023 full of renewal
and reset as 7-Eleven Hawaii recently reopened its store at 1755 Nuuanu Ave. (across from Kawananakoa Middle School) following extensive renovations, and its Kapala- ma store at 1136 N. King St. is slated to reopen on May

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