First 7-Eleven store outside the capital opens in Poipet
7-Eleven has opened its first store outside Phnom Penh – in Banteay Meanchey province’s Poipet town – with the official Grand Opening with the participant of presidency Mr. Chomrom Jenchai and Lok Chumteav Phu Cherryna the first Khmer citizen who is a business partner of 7-Eleven held on Friday, March 11.
Chomrom Jenchai, managing director of CP All (Cambodia) Co, Ltd – an indirect subsidiary of CP All Public Company Limited – said the 7-Eleven Season Mall Poipet, the chain’s first branch outside the capital, is the latest in Cambodia to bring its range of quality products and convenience.
A spacious 262 square metres, the colourful new building is located in the Season Mall, a large shopping centre serving the local communities and a hub for a variety of other businesses.
There were many exciting activities and special promotions to warmly welcome customers at the Grand Opening, such as the giving out of trial products, fun games and the chance to win prizes, which generated huge interest.
“7-Eleven is committed to delivering quality products and service to the people in the surrounding communities, bringing convenience and improving quality of life with a variety of products that have carefully been selected, including the popular Slurpee, as well as other ready-to-serve products.
“With the current Covid-19 situation, all 7-Eleven stores in Cambodia adhere strictly to measures to prevent the spread of the virus according to the instruction from the Cambodian government to provide optimal safety to all customers and employees, who we regard as our family," said Chomrom.
CP ALL (Cambodia) Co, Ltd has entered into a Master Franchise Agreement with respect to the operation of 7-Eleven Stores in Cambodia with 7-Eleven, Inc, under which the company is granted franchising rights in the establishment and operation of 7-Eleven Stores in Cambodia for a period of 30 years, which the parties may agree to extend by two additional 20-year terms.