Who doesn’t like a Slurpee? The frozen slushy drink that causes a serious eye freeze if you drink it too fast is going to get some competition for its real estate in your local 7-Eleven store.  The company announced on Friday that it is going to introduce lockers for customers so they can pick up e-commerce packages from FedEx, UPS and Walmart.

This is an interesting development that solves brick and mortar needs of companies such as Amazon, while providing a potential a new revenue source for 7-Eleven’s real estate.  However, the space that the lockers take up replaces valuable shelving space for beef jerky, Ring Dings, and potato chips.

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