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Some Randalls Stores Open Too

Randalls has quite a few stores open in the Houston area as well. Not as many as HEB has, but, then again, Randalls isn't counting Bryan and Brenham as the "greater Houston region."

Full list after the jump:

HOUSTON (September 14, 2008) - The following Randalls locations are open for business from 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (established curfew hours):

7055 Hwy. 6 North @ FM 529 1525 S. Mason Road @ Highland Knolls - Katy 3346 Hwy. 6 South @ Williams Trace - Sugar Land 3050 N. Fry Rd. @ Morton Road - Katy 11711 West Bellfort @ Kirkwood - Stafford 10228 W. Broadway @County Road 94 - Pearland (Silverlake) 1890 FM 359 @ Plantation - Richmond (Pecan Grove) 5800 New Territory Blvd. @ Grand Parkway - Sugar Land 12312 Barker-Cypress Rd. @ Hwy. 290 - Cypress 12850 Memorial Dr. @ West Bough (Town & Country)

ON GENERATOR - GROCERY ONLY - NO PERISHABLES 600 Kingwood Drive @ Loop 494 - Kingwood 4540 Kingwood Drive @ Lake Houston Pkwy. - Kingwood

The following Randalls stores will open by 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, Monday, Sept. 15:

14610 Memorial Drive @ Dairy Ashford 18322 Clay Rd. @ Barker-Cypress

ON GENERATOR - GROCERY ONLY - NO PERISHABLES 9503 Jones Road @ West Road 2250 Buckthorne Place @ S. Millbend - The Woodlands

-- Keith Plocek

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