Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Get a $1 any-sized coffee, tea, cappuccino or latte Wednesday at Romeoville's 7-Eleven locations.
7-Eleven stores in Romeoville are selling any-sized coffee, tea, cappuccino or latte for $1 on Wednesday. The promotion is to introduce the chain's new coffee addition, Brazilian Dark Roast. There are three 7-Elevens in Romeoville: 235 W. Romeo Road, 31 Alexander Circle and 679 N. Weber Road. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The alleged robber got away with several hundred dollars but was apprehended just a short time later, Assistant Police Chief Steve Lucchesi said.
A Romeoville man armed with a makeshift gun/bayonet-type weapon stole several hundred dollars from the 7-Eleven store on Romeo Road, Assistant Police Chief Steve Lucchesi said. Ronald Maxwell Lacy, 21, of 942 E. Savannah, is accused of entering the store shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday and pointing a gun with a knife taped to the barrel at the clerk, Lucchesi said. Lacy did not speak, but the clerk understood it to be a robbery, opened the cash register and gave him the money inside, Lucchesi said. Lacy then fled on foot. The employee was able to give Romeoville police a description of the suspect, and a short time later officers spotted Lacy in the 200 block of Gordon Avenue, just a block away from the 235 Romeo Road store, Lucchesi said. …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
More than 8,000 participating stores — including the Romeoville locations — will offer up a free 20-oz. cup of coffee to customers on Friday.
The weekend is almost here, and if you’re in need of a Friday-morning pick me up, you’re in luck. Participating 7-Eleven stores — including the Romeoville locations at 235 W. Romeo Road, 31 Alexander Circle and 679 N. Weber Road — are offering a free large coffee to everyone who stops in between 6 and 10 a.m. on on “CofFree Day,” Friday, Sept. 28. Not going to be in Plainfield Friday morning? No problem. Coffee lovers can download the free timeRAZOR app for iPhone or Android smartphones to find a participating location near them. The free 20-ounce beverage will also get customers a free vote in this year’s 7-Election. Just choose your candidate’s cup to cast your vote in 7-Eleven’s unscientific presidential poll. In case you’re curious, …
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
On '7-Eleven Day,' the convenience store chain's unofficial birthday, Sheila Raddatz took her children and three of their friends on an adventure they're not likely to forget.
In a kid's world, heaven is a Slurpee on a 90-degree day. And how can you improve on heaven? Easy. The Slurpees could be free, your mom could be behind the wheel chauffeuring you to not one but four 7-Eleven stores, and the words "you're going to ruin your appetite before dinner" are not uttered once. Can you say: Best. Mom. Ever. Sheila Raddatz said she went out with the intention of making one stop at the Plainfield 7-Eleven to take advantage of the convenience store's annual "7-Eleven Day"-- July 11 -- when 7.11-ounce Slurpees are on the house. But it's hard not to get caught up in the contagious fever that comes with getting something for nothing, as Raddatz soon found out. The kids -- her son Matt and daughter Jennifer and their …