7-Eleven Opening Pushed Back a Third Time
The new opening date is still this month, though.
Could the third time be the charm?
Originally, officials for 7-Eleven Inc. said the new convenience store at Route 130 and Highland Avenue was set to open Oct. 24.
A few weeks ago, that date was pushed back to Nov. 14.
And now, the new opening date is Nov. 30.
But that date could change again, according to Margaret Chabris, spokeswoman for 7-Eleven Inc.
“The push back in timing for the opening of this store was due to construction delays,” Chabris said in an email to Cinnaminson Patch. “Opening dates are a moving target.”
If that date changes, you can be sure we'll bring you that information.
The store is owned by Lehigh Gas Corporation, a group based in Bethlehem, PA. It holds partnerships with several gas station companies including Mobil, Hess and Gulf.
The new 7-Eleven will not feature a gas station, however.
The store is around 3,000 square feet and will hold 18 parking spots. The 7-Eleven at the Route 130 and Riverton Road jug handle will remain open.