Good ol’ 7-Eleven. Suppliers of one of the best drinks in America: the Slurpee. If you’ve ever experienced a time where you craved one so bad, but couldn’t find a 7-Eleven to quench your thirst, their new Slurpee app is for you. “Why can’t I just use Google maps,” you ask? You could, but you wouldn’t be able to manage your Slurpee Nation Rewards account. It would be a shame for you to miss out on free Slurpees and Slurpee-related items. And Google maps won’t tell you which locations have which flavors. So yeah, if you’re a Slurpee addict, go download it now! [via AG]
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