Food of the Seventies, Slurpees

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When Slurpees were introduced, the stores weren't 7-11 yet, but Speedy-mart, before being bought out by Southland and renamed 7-11. One of the best flavors, was of course, banana.
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Gerry O - September 07, 2008 - Report this comment
I remember riding our bikes to 7-11 and paying like 8 cents for a small lime slurpee and as long as you brought your original cup back the owner would let you refill for free... Ohhh the brain freeze.....
Marcus - November 27, 2008 - Report this comment
We rode our bikes also to SEV. I remember they sometimes had plastic cups with a theme of some kind. Loved the spoon-straw. My favorite was Cherry and Cola mixed. I can still see the machine with the see-through spin circle.
Robert - February 18, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember these and I did get them at a c-store called Speedee-Mart. Only flavors I recall were cola and cherry.
Esperafe - May 08, 2009 - Report this comment
It was a good Saturday when you went in and saw blueberry swirling around in the slurpee machine. Cola always there (yuck - Cola slurpees were for serious adult, kind of people);o)
Patrick - May 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Oh yea riding in the bed of my dad's yellow and white Chevy Truck(76 I belive) heading up the hill to SEV to get a Slurpee was the perfect way to end a summer day.
patricia - January 16, 2012 - Report this comment
I slurped a Blue Blunder!!! Remember when they used to give away pins with the name of the new flavor on it!?!? I grew up in Markham Heights in Vacaville, Ca. I can remember when the property the 7-11 was built on was still a cow pasture with a creek. There was a guy named Joe Cruz (sp?) that built, I think, race cars or hot rods in his garage. I remember us kids would stand there during summer vacation, Slurpee in our hands watching him in awe. Before I forget - Coke Slurpees were SO GROSS!

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