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1927–1945 1945–1950 1950-1956 1956-1958 1958-1960 1960-1963 1963–1968
1927–1945 1945–1950 1950-1956 1956-1958 1958-1960 1960-1963 1963–1968
1968–2004 1975–1986 1986-1989 1989–2021 2013–present (Ohio), 2016-present (Chicago) 2019-2021 (secondary) 2021-present
1968–2004 1975–1986 1986-1989 1989–2021 2013–present (Ohio), 2016-present (Chicago) 2019-2021 (secondary) 2021-present

Tote'm Stores

1927–1945

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Logopedia InfoWhite.svg BETTER LOGO NEEDED

7-Eleven began as Tote'm, the name being derived from the totem pole placed in front of the first store. The first stores were originally Southland Ice Company ice docks that began selling milk, eggs, and other convenience items during hours when traditional grocery stores were closed.

7-Eleven

1945–1950

7-Eleven (1946).svg

In 1946, the stores were rebranded as 7-Eleven to emphasize their long operations hours—7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

1948-1950

7-Eleven - 1948.PNG


1950-1956

7-Eleven - 1950.PNG

1956-1958

7-Eleven - 1956.PNG

1958-1960

7-Eleven - 1958.PNG

1960-1963

7-Eleven - 1960.PNG

1963–1968

7-Eleven logo 1946.svg

1968–present

1968–2004

7-Eleven - 1968.svg

This logo was first introduced in early July 1968.

1975–1986

7-Eleven - 1975.svg

This logo is still used at some older locations, and a similar version is used in Japan.

1986-1989

7-Eleven - 1986.svg

1989–2021 (primary), 2021-present (secondary)

7-eleven-brand.svg

This logo is the most common seen in the United States.

2013–present (Ohio), 2016-present (Chicago) ????-Present (California, Secondary)
7-Eleven Alt Logo.svg
2019-2021 (secondary)
7-Eleven Transparent.svg

This logo was introduced on 7-Eleven's social media pages in 2019.

2021-present

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