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7-Eleven Rebrands To Appeal To Health-Conscious Millennials [Pics]

Global convenience store chain strips down its logo and store design for a "cleaner" look.

Ross Brooks
Ross Brooks on October 17, 2013. @greenidealism

Dublin, Ohio-based WD Partners were recently tasked with updating the logo and store design of the globally-recognized convenience store chain, 7-Eleven. The redesigns aim to capture the attention of female and millennial demographics, as well as simplify many aspects of the brand’s image.

The new logo features the “7” of the old 7-Eleven logo paired with a lowercase “eleven” in white, on a black background for store fronts, and on a bright green background for other forms of brand communication. The stores have also been stripped of the well-known green and red stripes, opting for plain white tiles, green furniture, and stations labeled with a simple Serif font.

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While the redesign conveys a much “cleaner” look for the brand, there is still the question of how it will translate to their stores in other markets around the world.

Click through the images below to see more pictures of the rebranding effort.

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