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Michigan-based Company Introduces Discount Prescription Drug Program
Date:8/4/2008

Sav-Mor Drugstores are growing with a rewards club and medication review

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Michigan owned and operated Sav-Mor Drug Stores has officially introduced the Prescription Rewards Club, a discount drug and personal medication review program, at more than 65 participating store locations.

Working with their suppliers, Sav-Mor has responded to competitors' $4 generic drug programs by going beyond just the discount and providing their customers with more. Not only do they offer more than 300 generic drugs at a $4 price for a 30-day supply and $11.99 for a 90-day supply, but Sav-Mor also offers a free medication review. This one-on-one consultation can identify other cost-saving opportunities for patients and allows them to ask questions or address concerns directly with their pharmacist.

Additionally, there are savings on all brand name and generic prescriptions, more than 5,000 in total, and a 20 percent discount on all Quality Choice private label merchandise in the store. The Prescription Rewards Club requires a one-time only membership fee of $10.

"Our stores are Michigan-based and we pride ourselves on contributing to the communities we are located in," Richard Grossman, Sav-Mor President and CEO, said. "Our Prescription Rewards Club is yet another way to do our part in helping our customers during this time of economic difficulty."

The Prescription Rewards Club, which consists of discounted prescriptions and one-on-one free medication reviews, is offered in all Sav-Mor pharmacies. Sav-Mor stores are locally owned and have been servicing Michigan communities for more than 50 years.

"On top of the discounted prescription drugs, Sav-Mor offers customers the unique opportunity to have an expert pharmacist who personally knows them and their needs," Grossman said. "This unique relationship provides Sav-Mor customers with a great advantage giving them the exceptional care and superior service they deserve."

The Sav-Mor Prescription Rewards Club opened to customers July 21, 2008. Go to http://www.sav-mor.com to find your local Sav-Mor.

About Sav-Mor

As independently owned and operated stores, Sav-Mor Drug Stores are franchisees that have the technology, training and support from a corporate office along with the ability to meet the personal needs of the patients in their communities. Furthermore, Sav-Mor jobs and profits remain in the community. Sav-Mor Franchising, Inc. licenses more than 80 pharmacies throughout Michigan and Northern Ohio. Visit http://www.sav-mor.com for the store near you.


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