H-E-B, Texas, Doesn't Have An H-E-B. A Viral Petition Wants To Change That

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H-E-B, Texas, wants its own H-E-B!

The North Texas region of H-E-B, which includes cities Hurst, Euless and Bedford, doesn't have its own grocery chain — and residents are looking to change that.

A woman has started an online petition asking CEO Stephen Butts to open a location in the area, according to the Beaumont Enterprise. The petition reads:

Dear Stephen Butts of H-E-B stores,
News was released recently with the headline H-E-B stores expanding in DFW. Living in midcities, aka H-E-B area, the lack of an H-E-B store within reasonable distance is frustrating. Please consider expanding closer to central part of the DFW Metroplex.
Those who have been deprived of our rights as Texans of not having a convenient H-E-B.

The petition, created by Amanda San Miguel, has 460 signatures at the time of this writing.

The Texas-based grocery chain is currently expanding into the Dallas/Fort Worth area, with several locations already in the works. According to WFAA, here's a look at areas where H-E-B has purchased land:

  • 4101 W. Wheatland Rd. (Dallas)
  • 632 N. Beckley (Dallas)
  • 5204 S. Buckner Blvd. (Dallas)
  • 845 Interstate-35E (DeSoto)
  • 3927 Bowser Ave. (Dallas)
  • 700 Farm Road 544 (Murphy)
  • 6325 W. Bailey Boswell Rd. (Fort Worth)
  • 200 E. Bonds Ranch Rd. (Fort Worth)
  • 6599 McCart Ave. (Fort Worth)
  • 8600 Quail Valley Dr. (Fort Worth)
  • 9200 Legacy Dr. (Frisco)
  • 2210 W. University Dr. (Denton)

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