A disgruntled former 7-Eleven franchisee in Massachusetts opened a competing 6-Twelve business after losing his store.
After arguing with the convenience store company over its business practices, he decided to open up his own store.
According to UPI:
His conflict with 7-Eleven began when he said the company forced him to offer hot food such as taquitos and hot dogs, which customers rarely bought. "They'd sit there on the rollers, no one would buy them, and every day I would throw out $200 to $300 worth of food that I had to pay for."
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