SEATTLE— To celebrate its 127th year in business, Bartell Drugs will conduct a chainwide “Grand Event” sale with its biggest bargains of the year on thousands of products.
The Seattle-area drug chain said Thursday that the “Grand Event” for Bartells’ 127th anniversary runs April 30 through May 13.
In addition to the sale, 10 special in-store events are scheduled. These will include activities such as free manicures, sampling by several local vendors, giveaways, and family-themed activities. It all wraps up on May 13 with “Show Your Red Day.”
All customers wearing red will receive a commemorative, limited-edition Seattle Chocolates Bartell chocolate bar (one per person with a minimum $15 purchase):
Sunday, April 30 – Lower Queen Anne store, 600 First Ave. North, Seattle
Monday, May 1 – Tacoma store, 3601 6th Ave., Tacoma
Thursday, May 4 – North Bend store, 248 Bendigo Blvd. South, North Bend
Friday, May 5 – Edmonds store, 23028 100th Ave. West, Edmonds
Saturday, May 6 – Bellevue Village store, 10116 NE 8th St., Bellevue
Tuesday, May 9 – Jefferson Square store, 4706 42nd Ave. SW, Seattle
Wednesday, May 10 – Sammamish Highlands store, 526 228th Ave. NE, Sammamish
Thursday, May 11 – Downtown store, corner of 5th & Olive, Seattle
Friday, May 12 – Fairwood store, 17254 140th Ave. SE, Renton
Saturday, May 13 – University Village store, 2700 NE University Village St., Seattle
All events run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
As part of the celebration and to emphasize Bartells’ commitment to the community, the chain has donated more than 500 “Clean Kits,” packets filled with some of the top needed personal care products, to Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission. Bartells staff will be passing out the kits at the Georgetown “Tiny House Village” at 1000 S. Myrtle Street on Thursday, May 4 beginning at
“Bartell Drugs has been integral part of the community for four generations,” says Bartells senior communications manager Ric Brewer. “We want to demonstrate this connection with our annual sales event for our dedicated customers, and by giving back by providing needed items to some of the most vulnerable in our community with Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission.”