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HOT TOYS: Fidget Spinners available at all 7-Eleven gas stations


The newest toy craze, Fidget Sprinners, are available at 7-Eleven stores nationwide.

The popular new toy is designed to calm nerves, ease anxiety and provide hours of entertainment — and they’re hard to find these days. Some schools across the country have been them due to the distraction in the classroom.

» RELATED: ‘Fidget spinners’ spiral into Dayton area classrooms

“The Fidget Spinner is a very hot item right now and we know customers want it,” said Tony Stapleton, senior product director at 7-Eleven. “7-Eleven continues to innovate to give its customers what they want, when and where they want it.”

Customers can now visit their local 7-Elevens tore to find the toy in multiple colors, glow in the dark, tie die or metallic. The toy is priced at $7.99. The gas station chain has 61,000 stores.



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