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Vroom Delivery Partners with 7-Eleven Hawaii to Offer Customers eCommerce and Home Delivery

Vroom Delivery has partnered with 7-Eleven Hawaii to offer e-commerce and home delivery to its customers. Residents of and visitors to the islands will now be able order many 7-Eleven items online, including local favorites such as Spam® Musubi and pork hash, as well as grocery staples, snacks, beer and more.

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7-Eleven Hawaii Merchandising Manager, Masayuki Imada said, “We are excited to be working with Vroom Delivery to offer this service, especially given the current circumstances. Home delivery is a great way for our customers to safely access our products and order from the comfort of their homes.” Delivery options will initially be available in select areas of Honolulu, with plans to roll out the program across the islands.

John Nelson, CEO of Vroom Delivery said, “We are very excited to work with 7-Eleven Hawaii to bring this level of service and convenience to Hawaii. With the meaning of convenience rapidly shifting to e-commerce and home delivery, innovative c-store chains like 7-Eleven Hawaii who are able to offer these services to their customers will have a huge advantage over those chains who do not.”

In addition to 7-Eleven Hawaii, Vroom Delivery has also partnered with over 20 additional chains to bring e-commerce and on-demand home delivery to their customers. Cumulatively, these chains represent over 800 stores operating in over 20 states.

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