20630 Ashburn Rd, Ashburn, VA 20147, USA
20630 Ashburn Road Ashburn VA
Convenience Store, Store, Food
Sunday Open 24 hours
About the business
7-Eleven | Your Go-To Convenience Store for Food, Drinks, Fuel & More
7-Eleven is your go-to convenience store for food, snacks, hot and cold beverages, gas and so much more. Generally open 24 hours a day.
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John Maghamez said 3 years ago
Greatest 7 eleven, very friendly and fast service. Great new american patty melt too!!! Should definitely stop by every time on your way:)
Raj Jeyaharan said 3 years ago
Great store to shop. New owner. fast and friendly service. kind approach. Fabulous customer service.
hamid aziz said 3 years ago
Today(12/16/17 @530 pm) i had a bad expereince due to the improper and totally unprofessional attitude of the guy working in this store. I needed to make a cup of green tea and it took me like two mins longer as i wanted it to be absorbed in the cup. The guy left his place and looking at me from a far distance with a rude look. Maybe his own awful personality is reflected to him and he thinks everybody is like him. I was kinda offended by his bad attitude. Living in U.S. he gtta improve his ethics other wise it is hard to handle him.
John Benjamin said 4 years ago
By far the worst customer service ever would not recommend going here
Amanda Musolff said 4 years ago
It's 7-Eleven! Clean and have what I need/want when I need/want it!
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