BOSTON — On-demand alcohol delivery platform Drizly is partnering with convenience-store chain 7-Eleven to deliver alcohol from more than 1,200 7-Eleven stores.
The expansion includes 7-Eleven c-stores in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and Washington. Drizly and 7-Eleven previously held a pilot program with 190 stores.
- 7-Eleven, Irving, Texas, is No. 1 in CSP’s 2021 Top 202 ranking of the largest U.S. c-store chains.
Customers in those states can order alcohol from 7-Eleven via the Drizly app or Drizly.com. The companies already plan on expanding the collaboration to bring Drizly’s alcohol delivery to more than 2,000 7-Eleven stores nationwide.
“We are constantly looking for ways to give our customers the most convenient and seamless shopping experience possible,” said Raghu Mahadevan, senior vice president and chief digital officer at 7-Eleven. “Drizly is helping us get one step closer to this goal. We are proud to roll out this collaboration to additional store locations nationwide, adding to our existing alcohol delivery footprint and further showcasing our wide selection of adult beverages for customers to enjoy from the comfort of their homes.”
This partnership brings Boston-based Drizly’s retailer count to more than 5,500 locations nationwide.
“We are incredibly excited to partner with the nation's leading convenience retailer to further our mission of being the go-to place for people to shop alcohol,” said Cathy Lewenberg, COO at Drizly. “Drizly offers customers the most convenient way to browse and buy the best selection of beer, wine and spirits online, and collaborating with 7-Eleven expands the ease of our on-demand alcohol delivery to new markets and regions across North America.”
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