Business

7-Eleven store shut doors

Staff at the 7-Eleven franchise in downtown Trail packed up the last of the stock on Friday as the doors closed on the outlet. A Chevron spokesman said the outlet will be back up soon selling gas and a new convenience store will move in at a later date. - Guy Bertrand
Staff at the 7-Eleven franchise in downtown Trail packed up the last of the stock on Friday as the doors closed on the outlet. A Chevron spokesman said the outlet will be back up soon selling gas and a new convenience store will move in at a later date.
— image credit: Guy Bertrand
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