Jay Squyres and his family, who live in Flower Mound, found the parking lot completely packed at Whole Foods Market the two nights they went. But with an electric car, they found a spot and charged up, thanks to the help of one of his two sons, Darren Squyres, 11.
According to Jay Squyres, they not only enjoyed the free charging and front row parking, but they also had police bagging their groceries inside. “Pretty cool,” he said.
Whole Foods Market in Highland Village opened Wednesday after much anticipation, making it the 10th location in the Dallas-Fort Worth region but the first in Denton County.
Whole Foods Market offers a smorgasbord of organic and preservative-free groceries, produce and products as well as a sushi bar, artisan bakery, coffee shop complete with an expresso machine, pre-packaged take-out meals, an indoor bar and more.