7-Eleven is debuting online merchandise shop
7-Eleven has launched a platform for its new branded merchandise, 7Collection. The brand is looking to take on other convenience stores who have launched merchandise collections, like Circle K and Wawa. Specialty lines for the shop include the Slurpee Collection and the Cars of 7-Eleven Collection. The company is promoting the new merchandise—which features shirts, hats, socks, fanny packs, blankets, and more—with an 11% discount during the first seven days.
Bud Light is reimbursing football fans’ beer costs
Each Sunday during NFL season, Bud Light will reimburse “the first 50 fans who tweet their Cash App“ with the hashtags #KickoffBeers and #Sweepstakes. NFL stars Travis Kelce and George Kittle have been tapped to promote the beer brand’s Kickoff Beers campaign. Aside from reimbursing beer money, the campaign includes a new commercial, team-tailored cans, an in-person toast event, and the Bud Light X NFL Ultimate Fandom NFT collection.
Walmart is offering in-garage delivery
Walmart has partnered with myQ to provide delivery services directly into shoppers’ garages using its “smart garage technology.” The service provides delivery drivers one-time access to the garage for customers who are uncomfortable with having packages left on their doorstep. Delivery drivers will sanitize surfaces they come into contact with and can even pick up returns. If users don’t have a myQ-compatible garage door opener, Walmart will provide a free upgrade to those who register for Walmart+.