PRICELINE hit a milestone this month opening its 200th store on 13 September, Priceline Pharmacy Whyalla.
“We are really looking forward to developing strong relationships with our customers and providing them not only with great value, but also a lot of extra benefits, such as access to free in-store health consultations, and the great advantages offered by our Sister Club loyalty program,” said Franchise Partner, John Cagney. Speaking about the landmark opening, Priceline’s State Manager, Peter McIndoe said, “It is vital that people living in regional and remote areas have easy access to medication and trusted pharmacy advice, and I’m pleased that a Priceline Pharmacy will be able to provide this quality health service to the people of Whyalla”. Pictured above at the opening is John Cagney (Franchise Partner), Jim Pollock (Whyalla Mayor who cut the ribbon at the ceremony), Scott Cameron (Priceline Network Development Manager), Morkos Abdelmalek (Franchise Partner) and Peter McIndoe (State Manager South Australia).
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