H-E-B and Favor team up to support local restaurants, first resp - FOX34 Lubbock

H-E-B and Favor team up to support local restaurants, first responders

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

H-E-B and Favor have teamed up to support local restaurants in Lubbock.

It's part of H-E-B's Texans Helping Texans campaign. Each day, a surprise delivery will be made to first responders, medical personnel and several non-profits.

Wednesday Bigham's was delivered to the sheriff's office, the police department, fire station 16 and the central fire station.

The team is also supporting Tropical Smoothie Cafe, Blue Sky, One Guy and Orlando's.

H-E-B's Lubbock location is not open yet, it's doors are set to open later this year.

 

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