7-ELEVEN on South Arlington Heights Closed Down January 26

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Building at 333 South Arlington Heights Road no longer a 7-ELEVEN, and is for rent.

The 7-ELEVEN at 333 South Arlington Heights Road closed suddenly, announcing that the business closed on January 26, 2012. The 7-ELEVEN was formerly a White Hen, but became a 7-ELEVEN in August 2006 when White Hen was acquired by 7-ELEVEN.


Closed sign posted on the front door of former 7-ELEVEN at Arlington Heights Road and Grove.

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2 Comments

  1. I stopped going because they fired almost all of the other employees who I enjoyed seeking. Not the time or economy to displace Americans from their jobs and bring in relatives who hardly speak english.

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