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Celebrate 2011 NBA Champions Dallas Mavericks with Free Blue 7-Eleven Slurpee

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7-Eleven® is giving Dallas fans a taste of victory in a Slurpee® cup Thursday.

Beat the parade heat and commemorate the Dallas Mavericks 2011 NBA championship win over the Miami Heat.

The free small Maverick Blue Slurpee® drink will be available at select downtown 7-Eleven stores during the Dallas Mavericks Victory Parade. While visiting 7-Eleven stores this week, don’t forget to check in on Foursquare for a chance to win huge prizes, including a trip into suborbital space.

Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, 7-Eleven wants to celebrate the city as an expected quarter-million fans crowd the streets of downtown – from city hall to Victory Park – to congratulate the Dallas Mavs on their first-ever franchise championship win.

Starting at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 16, fans visiting the following five 7-Eleven stores in downtown Dallas will receive a free small Slurpee drink:
• Commerce and Darrien (2008 Commerce St.)
• Elm and Market (711 Elm St.)
• Commerce and Field (1295 Commerce St.)
• Patterson and Akard (511 N. Akard St.)
• Elm and N. Good Latimer (2608 Elm St.)

And don’t forget to check out the Slurpee truck, which will be parked at the end of the parade route in Victory Park. Grab a free Maverick Blue Slurpee® from the truck (while supplies last).




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