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The world's largest convenience retailer invited 3,000 7-Eleven store franchisees, management team members, suppliers and international licensees to New York City for educational and celebratory meetings earlier this summer. Billed as a "Passport to Freedom," the New York City festivities were a cooperative effort of 7-Eleven Inc. and the National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees and were produced by Radio City Entertainment.
The three-day, event-packed celebrations kicked off with a reception at Ellis Island where 7-Eleven President Jim Keyes welcomed thousands of guests, who enjoyed food, beverages and the location.
"We are here to …