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Old 02-07-2014, 05:41 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Raymond42262 View Post
If they were creative, then they could promote themselves as THE Retailer for Health and Personal Improvement.

They could create an advertising campaign suggesting they know more about health care than anyone else and they practice what they preach because they don't sell products that adversely impact your health, unlike their competition.
This might actually work because it will give them a better public image. I was in a walgreens the other day and the guy in front just bought two packs of cigarettes. Then the cashier handed him his receipt and said "Be well!" I almost laughed out loud and when he left I said to her "Doesn't it seem counter-intuitive to tell someone to be well after they purchase cigarettes?"
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