The store at 19th Street and Quaker Avenue will cost more than $14 million to construct, and is expected to employ around 400 people.
Attendees will have the opportunity to partake in samples and demonstrations from Market Street’s floral, cake, and wedding catering services.
United Supermarkets will present a cancer foundation with a sizable donation this weekend during the Lady Raiders game.
Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance discussed United’s donation, saying “Their continued support of Texas Tech is outstanding and will provide future generations of students with additional opportunities to excel."
United Supermarkets in Muleshoe will help expose participants in the program to cancer prevention educational materials, which emphasize cancer-preventing foods.
Abby Rike will sign her book “Working it Out, a Journal of Love, Loss, and Hope” at the United Market Street at 98th Street and Quaker Avenue this Wednesday.
Participants are invited to get basic health screenings, flu shots, and meet with registered dietitians.
Co-President of United Supermarkets Matt Bumstead will present the gift to Lubbock Christian School Superintendent Peter Dahlstrom during a special ceremony on Monday.
United Supermarkets, in conjunction with Texas Tech, will be helping to offer fans with the opportunity to purchase season football tickets for $99.
United has become the first supermarket in the state to implement the NuVal Nutritional Scoring System, which scores food and beverages on nutritional value from 1 to 100.