Shopko announces 2009 scholarship recipients
GREEN BAY, Wis. Twenty students in seven states received a total of $50,000 in scholarships from a mass merchandise retailer.
Shopko announced the recipients of its Shopko Teammate and Family Scholarship for the 2009-2010 school year. The company awards the $2,500 scholarships to employees and their dependent children based on academic record, leadership, community activities, honors, work experience and goals.
Award recipients included eight students from Wisconsin, three students from Illinois, three from Minnesota, three from South Dakota and one each from Iowa, Nebraska and Utah.
CVS/pharmacy implements new coupon center
WOONSOCKET, R.I. CVS/pharmacy has implemented a new coupon center on its Web site that enables shoppers to compile their coupons, browse specific categories and even share the savings with friends and family by sending e-mail alerts.
“Millions of Americans turn to CVS.com for health-and-wellness information, prescription management tools and an unparalleled shopping experience,” stated Helena Foulkes, EVP and chief marketing officer for CVS Caremark. “Yet as more of our customers have been searching for quick and simple ways to cut costs on health care and everyday purchases, it has become an important goal for us to add features to CVS.com that meet this need. We are excited to unveil the CVS.com ‘Clip and Print’ Coupon Center and help make coupon-clipping a hassle-free experience for our customers.”
The new “Clip and Print” Coupon Center features coupons for everything from household items and snacks to health and beauty needs. Shoppers can browse through specific product categories, as well as local savings offers by entering an appropriate ZIP code. Both general manufacturer’s coupons and CVS-exclusive offers are included in the center. Shoppers can also share the savings with friends and family by clicking the “Spread the Word” button found next to each coupon offer.
Walgreens continues expansion in Hawaii
DEERFIELD, Ill. Hawaii will welcome its fourth Walgreens this Sunday in Kailua located in windward Oahu.
The Kailua location will be the Deerfield, Ill.-based company’s second grand opening in windward Oahu after the neighboring Kaneohe store opened in late 2008.
The new location will be smaller than a typical full-service store, though the addition of a drive-through pharmacy and Kailua’s recognizable location as a center of commerce and tourism drives excitement from company officials.
Plans have been made to open 25 to 30 more stores in Hawaii.