H-E-B Evaluating Feasibility of Sites in Dallas for potential Central Market Locations

Have you heard yet?! HEB is currently evaluating the feasibility of these sites for potential Central Market locations according to online Twitter source from H-E-B official Twitter account.

Believe it when I say lots of Dallasites are celebrating once hearing this news. Dallas Morning News reports the San Antonian based corporation; who also owns Central Market, just purchased six Sun Fresh Market stores. You know the one in Uptown that used to be the Albertsons? Yeah, that one! It is one on the list. H-E-B’s evaluation includes Lake Highlands, Lakewood, Northwest Dallas, McKinney and Grapevine.

Why you should care? Their quality, prices and specials can’t be beat! Having lived in San Antonio, I know this means no more overpriced food and quality that won’t have my fruits and vegetables dying the next day.

Instead of writing about it how about I just show you their flyers. Unfortunately, I can’t get it on here but check out the link. https://www.heb.com/weekly-ads/weekly-deals/426

Cantelopes $.77, Raspberries $1.98, Hatch Chilies $.78 a pound, Pork Ribs $2.77 a pound, Chicken $1.99, a pound Strawberries $.96, a pound HEB Toilet paper $8.97 for 12 rolls!

Then they do deals where if you buy one item you get another free! For example, this week’s shows buying HEB’s premium smoked sausage links get an 8oz package of cheddar cheese for free. Buy Dole salad packs and get a free Marzetti dressing.

I can’t wait and guarantee you will fall in love. Give me a call if you want any information on apartments, leases or houses around these locations.

8/15/2016 © CityLife Real Estate & Apartments — Dallas, TX

Bibliography

“Here comes HEB: San Antonio-based grocer buys six DFW sites” http://www.dallasnews.com/business/retail/20160815-here-comes-h-e-b-san-antonio-based-grocer-buys-six-d-fw-sites.ece Dallas Morning News 8/15/2016 Web 8/15/2016

“Weekly Ad Deals” https://www.heb.com/weekly-ads/weekly-deals/426 8/10/2016 Web 8/15/2016

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