Coronavirus Florida: 7-Eleven to give healthcare workers and first responders free lunch
In an effort to show appreciation to healthcare workers and first responders, more than 800 7-Eleven locations throughout Florida will provide them with free lunch on May 7.
Participating stores will display flyers in their window. Healthcare workers and first responders can show their work identification between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. They can choose either a Big Bite Hot Dog or two Taquitos and their choice of a Big Gulp, Slurpee, or a coffee beverage. All meals will also be served with potato wedges.
Also, starting at 11 a.m. participating locations will take a minute to also applaud and honor their tireless efforts during the coronavirus pandemic. This celebration was inspired by a franchisee who wanted to recognize the first responders and healthcare workers in his community, which includes his brother.