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Tuesday morning (October 27th) on one of the coldest days of the year in Lubbock, H-E-B showed off its first-ever Lubbock store to local media members.

Lubbock mayor Dan Pope spoke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which was also attended by local store leaders, Executive Vice President of H-E-B's North West Food Drug Juan-Carlos Ruck, and H-E-B Lubbock's Top Store Leader Garrett Stauder. Mask wearing due to the coronavirus pandemic was strictly enforced for all attendees.

During the ribbon cutting, H-E-B revealed it was donating $25,000 to the United Way of Lubbock and $50,000 to the Ted Phea Boys and Girls Club. The company said in a press release that it will also be donating thousands of meals to the South Plains Food Bank and more hunger relief organizations.

The H-E-B is located in a 122,000-square-ft. building located at 4405 114th Street. The store includes a True Texas BBQ dine-in area plus drive-thru, H-E-B Pharmacy, curbside service, an outdoors department called Texas Backyard, Blooms floral department, bakery, Sporting Zone, a beer and wine section and more.

Below is a sneak peek of what H-E-B in Lubbock will look like when it opens to the public on Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 at 6 a.m.