HEB and Scott McClelland are on point. I predict that future college business students will be studying his protocol and business techniques on how to assess market changes and productively and successfully implement changes. I was very impressed with his statements in the press conference with Mayor Turner. That dude is on it, and the fact that he's been with HEB for 30 years proves that they know it, too.
When I was in my local HEB last week I thanked every worker I saw, I thanked them for being here for us some were surprised at what I said. So the next time you go to the grocery thank them for helping us. I think they would love to hear it.
My mom told me when she went shopping last week at the Kingwood H-E-B (I think it was the Kingwood one) a cashier told her that she had food thrown at her because the customer was mad about the limits they put on product.
Definitely be kind to the cashiers, baggers, parking lot attendants...everyone. They're putting themselves in compromising positions every day just to make sure that you're able to stock your pantries and refrigerators. Without them, we'd all be in pretty bad shape