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Now and in the future, drug stores are destination for cough-cold purchases

BY Michael Johnsen

Drug stores will continue to be a shopping destination for OTC cold, flu and allergy products, according to an online survey of more than 500 AccentHealth viewers conducted in August. Nine-in-10 AccentHealth patients are likely to purchase cold, flu and allergy remedies at a drug store in the future, up from 72% of current users. To see more Patient Views, click here.

Patient Views is an exclusive consumer insights feature that appears regularly in DSN magazine, as well as the daily e-newsletter DSN A.M. If you could ask more than 6,500 patients anything at all, what would it be? Send your questions to [email protected].

Source: AccentHealth. To view the demographic breakdown of participants, click here.

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Drug stores top destination for cold, flu and allergy purchases

BY Michael Johnsen

When it comes to where to shop, drug stores (72%) emerge as the most popular destination for cold, flu and allergy remedies among all respondents surveyed, according to an online survey of more than 500 AccentHealth viewers conducted in August. Poll findings differ, however, among respondents in households with children — where mass merchandisers are used equally with drug stores (70% and 69%, respectively). To see more Patient Views, click here.

Patient Views is an exclusive consumer insights feature that appears regularly in DSN magazine, as well as the daily e-newsletter DSN A.M. If you could ask more than 6,500 patients anything at all, what would it be? Send your questions to [email protected].

Source: AccentHealth. To view the demographic breakdown of participants, click here.

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Harris Teeter to present $75,000 donation to Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina

BY Michael Johnsen

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — On Saturday, Harris Teeter will make a $75,000 donation to Make-A-Wish Central and Western North Carolina at the start of the Andrew Roby’s annual “Pitchin’ for Wishes” Cornhole Tournament at Freedom Park, the grocer announced. The money was raised through Harris Teeter vendors who will participate in a cornhole tournament hosted by Harris Teeter on Friday. 

The winners of the Harris Teeter cornhole tournament will also participate in the “Pitchin’ for Wishes” tournament.

Andrew Roby has hosted “Pitchin’ for Wishes” since 2008 and raised over $350,000 for charity.


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