With no signs of slowing down any time soon, H-E-B has announced that it will be opening two new stores in the Texas market. Both San Antonio and Lubbock will be the new sites of the H-E-B’s latest locations, each standing at a whopping 122,000 square feet.
In San Antonio, H-E-B opened the doors of its new store on October 30, which includes an expansive product assortment and several convenient services customers have come to expect. According to a press release, the store will offer:
“This new store will allow us to better serve the needs of the growing community in San Antonio’s far west side,” said Whitney White of Public Affairs. “With the highest standard of service and top-quality selection, we are excited to offer our customers a world-class store that will enhance their shopping experience.”
Anthony Montoya, a 33-year H-E-B partner, will lead the store team that includes more than 350 partners at 211 and Potranco Road.
Entering a new market on October 28, H-E-B opened its first store in Lubbock, located at 4405 114th St. According to a separate release, this long-awaited store is part of H-E-B’s continued expansion into West Texas, where it has eight stores. Filled with some of the most modern amenities and innovations, the vibrant location will offer distinctive features such as:
“This is the highlight of my career with H-E-B, and I’m honored to serve this dynamic community I proudly call home,” said Lubbock's Top Store Leader Garrett Stauder, an 11-year H-E-B partner and Texas Tech graduate. “Along with our partners, we are excited to provide the Lubbock community the best H-E-B has to offer, serving the area, both in our world-class stores and our passionate community service.”
Built with environmental sustainability in mind, the store incorporates several energy-efficient inclusions such as CO2 refrigeration units and LED lighting. As it opens in Lubbock, H-E-B continues to be a dominant economic driver across the state and West Texas specifically. The H-E-B Lubbock store will employ nearly 500 partners, with more than 70 percent hired from the local community.
As H-E-B continues to expand its footprint across the U.S., Deli Market News will continue to report on the latest openings.