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Two South Jersey Franchisees Sue 7-Eleven

Claim chain not keeping up with competition in their markets

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Two southern New Jersey 7-Eleven franchisees have sued the Dallas-based convenience store chain in federal court for allegedly failing to keep up with the competition–Wawa, reported The Courier-Post.

Sam Younes, of Cherry Hill, N.J., and Tamer Atalla, of Cape May, N.J., allege 7-Eleven has “failed to change its stores, products and marketing despite the ever-changing market and the expectations of consumers,” said the report, citing court documents.

They also allege that sales and profits have fallen “due to the competition, and the lack of a response by 7-Eleven.”

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