Editor's Eye

August 2005
Convenience Store News;8/8/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
Presents experiences of some staff members of the journal "Convenience Store News," at various convenience stores and restaurants. Experience of an editor at a retail store of 7-Eleven Inc. in New York; Statement that he was flattered after being carded for a beer purchase at the store; Information that another staff member of the periodical was surprised and pleased when the waiter at a casual restaurant chain in Westchester County, New York, brought her 8-month-old a plate of sliced bananas and strips of freshly made bread.


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