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Two New H-E-B Stores Coming to West Texas

The supermarket just announced that they will open two new locations: They will open a second store in Odessa, at the southeast corner of West University and Loop 338; and a second store in Midland, at the southwest corner of highway 191 and Loop 250.
After rumors of H-E-B expansion in West Texas, the company officially announce Monday that they will build two new stores in the area.

H-E-B plans to open a second store in Odessa, at the southeast corner of West University and Loop 338; and a second store in Midland, at the southwest corner of highway 191 and Loop 250.

According to the company, the new stores will create more than 500 jobs.

“With 108 years of service to Texans, H-E-B is an icon in Texas business and a great corporate citizen in our community,” Libby Campbell, Executive Director of the West Texas Food Bank said in a statement. “We are proud of H-E-B’s expansion because we know they are invested in our communities and provide generous support to many non-profit organizations.”

“For nearly two decades H-E-B has been serving West Texas, and we will deepen our commitment with the addition of two new stores to meet the growing needs of West Texas families,” Suzanne Wade, President of H-E-B San Antonio Food Drug division said in a statement. “H-E-B is committed to providing excellent service and low prices to our customers, while offering them quality products they can find exclusively at H-E-B.”

On Monday H-E-B also announced that they have also donated a $30,000 gift to be equally split between Midland United Way, Odessa United Way and the West Texas Food Bank.

“The United Way of Midland thanks H-E-B for their continued generosity to meeting the needs of Midland families,” Donna Mahurin, Executive Director of United Way Midland said in a statement. “We value their partnership in making Midland a better place to live and are so grateful for their commitment to United Way and our community.”

Starting on May 15, H-E-B shoppers will get a chance to vote on which of these non-profits should receive an extra $20,000.

The money will be used for the winning organization’s summer program.

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