Eight Speedway stations in Lebanon County expected to become 7-Elevens

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More than a half-dozen Lebanon County gas stations are set to become 7-Elevens as part of an acquisition announced late Sunday.

The eight Lebanon County stations are just a fraction of the 3,900 Speedway locations changing hands as part of the $21 billion cash deal (equivalent to about $5.4 million per store).

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“This acquisition is the largest in our company’s history and will allow us to continue to grow and diversify our presence in the U.S., particularly in the Midwest and East Coast,” said 7-Eleven CEO Joe DePinto in a press release announcing the deal.

No details have yet been announced regarding timing of the conversions or whether any existing Speedy Rewards points might be able to get converted into 7Rewards as part of the transition.

The acquisition is expected to see the following Lebanon County Speedway’s be converted into 7-Elevens.

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2190 CUMBERLAND ST
Lebanon, PA 17042-4467
Store #6732

1 LICKDALE RD
Jonestown, PA 17038
Store #6757

750 E MAIN ST
Annville, PA 17003-1602
Store #6765

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2949 HORSESHOE PIKE
Campbelltown, PA 17078-9040
Store #6766

3190 LEBANON RD
Manheim, PA 17545-8718
Store #6767

302 E EVERGREEN RD
Lebanon, PA 17042-7507
Store #6768

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1082 HEIDELBERG AVE
Schaefferstown, PA 17088-7013
Store #6769

600 E LINDEN ST
Richland, PA 17087-9721
Store #6770

This article was updated after it was published to include the Lickdale location, which is not listed on Speedway’s corporate website.

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