Dallas, get ready to experience the wholesome glory that is H-E-B.
While some might say that a local Whole Foods is the paramount sign that a city has made it, in Texas, H-E-B is the true marker. While Dallas has been on the sideline over the years, coming across news stories on the the San Antonio-based grocery retailer has time and time again proved itself as a dedicated member of the community, the city will finally get a chance to see what all the hype is about with the opening of H-E-B location in Frisco.
Sure, H-E-B is well established in the city’s Central Market stores, of which first opened in 2001. Peripherally, Dallas shoppers may have also had experience taking a trip out to its location sin Hudson Oaks, Waxahachie, Granbury, and Burleson. None of which, however, will be as accessible as the coming locations in Frisco.
Now, the Frisco outpost is finally open at the corner of Main Street and Legacy Drive.
“For the past 20 years, Central Market has been committed to earning customers’ trust, and H-E-B Partners will work hard to earn the confidence of the many new shoppers we look forward to serving in the Plano and Frisco communities,” said president of the Central Market Division of H-E-B, Stephen Butt.
“With more than 116 years proudly serving communities across the state, H-E-B is one of the largest privately held companies in Texas with $32 billion in annual sales, and more than 420 stores across Texas and Mexico,” said H-E-B officials in a release. “H-E-B is committed to the DFW area for the long term and hopes to serve even more of the Metroplex in the future.”
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