7-Eleven coffee gets political leading up to presidential election

This year's election has become part of many people's morning coffee runs.Convenience chain 7-Eleven is now offering blue and red coffee cups that encourage patrons

MONSEY - This year's election has become part of many people's morning coffee runs.Convenience chain 7-Eleven is now offering blue and red coffee cups that encourage patrons to display their presidential pick leading up to the November election. The Obama and Romney coffee cups are part of the company's nationwide marketing campaign called '7-Election,' and in this race, every gulp counts.The number of red and blue cups sold will then be tallied to predict who will win the presidential election.For coffee drinkers without a political preference, 7-Eleven is offering bipartisan yellow cups.For more on the '7-Election' campaign, click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV Channel 612.

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