7-Eleven Now Delivers Beer, Pizza Orders For Free Through May 31

With more and more North Texans spending time at home, anything FREE -- especially involving beer and pizza, is a good thing.

7-Eleven Now Delivers Beer, Pizza Orders For Free Through May 31

IRVING, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – With more and more North Texans spending time at home, anything FREE — especially involving beer and pizza, is a good thing.

7-Eleven wants to help out, and is offering free delivery on any beer, wine, or liquor order anytime. Or, on weekends, there’s no delivery charge for orders of $5 hot or ready to bake whole pizzas.

“Now more than ever, we need to be there for our customers,” said 7-Eleven Chief Operating Officer Chris Tanco. “As the world adapts to new restrictions and routines, we are here to help people get what they need, whenever they need it – even if it’s just a pack of beer and a pizza, we are here to get it to you.”

The company is running a special, limited-time weekend pizza promotion offering the $5 whole pizzas each Friday, Saturday and Sunday through May 17.

Customers can also get their order delivered for free through May 31 by using the promotion code FREE4U upon checkout.

“With the 7NOW delivery app, 7-Eleven can still get Slurpee drinks to the kids and maybe a bottle of wine to moms and dads not entirely accustomed to weeks of work-from-home and home-schooling responsibilities,” said 7-Eleven Vice President of Digital and Head of Delivery Raghu Mahadevan in a news release.

There is a catch — only two pizzas allowed per order.

Here are the cities where customers can take advantage of the offer:

•             Addison

•             Allen

•             Arlington

•             Benbrook

•             Carrollton

•             Dallas

•             Denton

•             Euless

•             Fairview

•             Farmers Branch

•             Flower Mound

•             Fort Worth

•             Frisco

•             Garland

•             Grand Prairie

•             Grapevine

•             Haltom City

•             Hurst

•             Irving

•             Keller

•             Lewisville

•             Mansfield

•             Mckinney

•             Murphy

•             North Richland Hills

•             Plano

•             Richardson

•             Roanoke

•             Rockwall

•             Rowlett

•             Sachse

•             Southlake

•             The Colony

•             Trophy Club

•             University Park

 

Source : CBS Dallas More   

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Forney Picks Derek Briggs To Be New Fire Chief

The city announced the hiring Monday of Derek Briggs as the next Fire Chief, following the retirement of Chief Rick Townsend.

Forney Picks Derek Briggs To Be New Fire Chief

FORNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The City of Forney will have a new fire chief in a little more than a month.

The city announced the hiring Monday of Derek Briggs as the next Fire Chief, following the retirement of Chief Rick Townsend.

Briggs will be leaving his position as EMS Division Chief for the Abilene Fire Department and is expected to join the Forney Fire Department on June 1, 2020, the city said in a news release.

Derek Briggs – hired as next Forney Fire Chief (credit: City of Abilene)

“I’m excited to move back to the North Texas area and further pursue my passion for service and firefighting,” said Chief Briggs. “I look forward to providing active leadership, a fresh perspective, and to continue my professional development with the Forney Fire Department. It’s a great opportunity in a growing community and I’m truly honored and humbled to accept the role as Fire Chief for the City of Forney.”

Soon-to-be Chief Briggs is a graduate of Columbia Southern University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Services Administration. He also has several certifications including a Fire Service Chief Executive Officer certification from the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University.

Chief Briggs was a graduate of Lewisville High School and started his firefighting career in The Colony as a volunteer. Briggs has been with the Abilene Fire Department since 1997 and has served in various roles such as Company Officer, Training Captain, and his current role, EMS Division Chief.

“Chief Briggs brings a wealth of education and experience in fire service to the City of Forney. As difficult as it will be to follow Chief T in this position, I am confident that Chief Briggs is up to the task,” said City Manager Tony Carson.

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