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New service station already hits mark
Article from the Queensland Times, written by Ashley Howarth
WITHIN four minutes of unlocking the doors to Ipswich’s newest service station on Tuesday, Casey Reeve was greeting her first customer. Ms Reeve is the store manager of the new 7-Eleven Edens Crossing, near Redbank Plains, located on the corner of Mt Juillerat Dr and Sunbird Dr. She is leading a team of 10,
which includes six new employees. Ms Reece said the team were excited to be able to welcome customers into the store. “We had our first customer drop in less than four minutes after we opened the doors, and we were thrilled to meet the first of our new regular customers,” she said.
“It’s a tricky time to be opening a new store, but the team and I are really pleased to be able to provide our locals with food, fuel and other essentials in their local neighbourhood.”
Customers will be able to shop and fill up the car anytime of the day and pick up everyday essentials and snacks instore. There’s a large range of fresh food, coffee and treat options to choose from, including sandwiches, salads, sushi, coffee, slurpees and more.
Locals can also take advantage of the 7-Eleven Fuel app, where they can lock in the cheapest fuel price locally available at the five closest local 7-Eleven stores, and redeem it anytime in the next seven days at any 7-Eleven fuel store. The Eden’s Crossing store will offer Mobil brand fuels including Supreme 98, Extra
95, Special E10, Special Unleaded 91 and Special Diesel.