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H.E.B. launching fundraising campaign to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims

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If you have a desire to help end hunger and Hurricane Harvey victims at the same time, here is your chance.

H.E.B. is launching their True Texas BBQ "Hunger Stops Here" campaign.

On Tuesday, you can go to the Odessa H.E.B., off of West University Drive or the H.E.B. off of Andrews Highway in Midland.

Buy anything off the menu and 25 percent of that sale will be donated to the West Texas Food Bank.

Sales include store orders, online orders and through the True Texas BBQ mobile app.

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