Schnucks opens 6th store in southern Indiana
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Schnucks will open its sixth store in southern Indiana with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 11, the company announced Wednesday. The new 59,000-square-foot location features a full-service pharmacy with a drive-through window.
“We have been serving the Evansville area since 1977, and we value our great customers in southern Indiana,” stated Todd Schnuck, chairman and CEO, Schnucks. “Their appreciation and support of Schnucks makes it possible to bring this new store to the area.”
Scott Berry, a 36-year Schnucks veteran and former store manager at the North Green River Road location, will take the helm of the new store. “We’re very excited to bring our combination of quality, value, variety and service to another Evansville location,” Berry said. “We look forward to serving customers familiar with Schnucks as well as introducing new customers to our products and services.”
Walgreens, Boots launch exclusive tech accessories line
DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens on Wednesday introduced its new electronics accessories brand Infinitive, available at both Walgreens locations and Boots in the U.K.
“Introducing Infinitive, your go-to technology and electronics brand for keeping up to date when your days are speeding by,” Walgreens announced. “The perfect resource for functional, stylish tech essentials accessible exclusively at Walgreens, so you feel relieved and ready for whatever life throws at you.”
The line includes USB power cables, headphones and other technology accessories like mobile phone tripods.
CVS Health opens 1,000th MinuteClinic
WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health announced Thursday that MinuteClinic, the company’s retail clinic medical clinic, has opened its 1,000th location in Washington, D.C. at the CVS/pharmacy location on Dupont Circle.
“This 1,000th clinic milestone reflects our commitment to expand much needed access to health care across the United States,” MinuteClinic president and CVS Health’s EVP and associate chief medical officer Andrew Sussman said. “Whether it's treating patients in urban centers like Washington, D.C. or developing new ways to deliver care in other settings, the MinuteClinic mission to provide accessible health care will continue to evolve.
MinuteClinic opened its first retail clinic 15 years ago, and since then has expanded to reach communities in 31 states and the District of Columbia, providing more than 26 million patient visits. With this milestone, MinuteClinic and CVS Health are still looking to the future, eyeing new partnerships and ways to expand care.
“n the years ahead, we intend to offer new and innovative medical services to patients through in-store clinics, expanded telehealth services and clinical collaborations with a growing list of more than 60 major health care system affiliates nationwide,” Sussman said.
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