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Scenes from NACDS Board Of Directors dinner

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Karen Fondu of L’Oréal and Larry Merlo of CVS Health

NACDS’ Kathleen Jaeger and Lewis Drug’s Mark Griffin

Walgreens’ Richard Ashworth and Crossmark’s Steve Valentino

Unilever’s Alison Castillo and Rite Aid’s Ken Martindale

Cardinal Health’s Jon Giacomin and Newell’s Joe Cavaliere

Thrifty White’s Bob Narveson and Upsher-Smith’s Mike McBride

NACDS’ Steve and Brandon Anderson with Emerson Group’s Rick Wellinger

Mondelez International’s Rick Brindle and H-E-B’s Martin Otto

Sam’s Club’s Jill Turner-Mitchael and J&J Consumer’s David Pothast

Kinney Drugs’ Craig Painter and Upsher-Smith’s Brad Leonard

Walmart’s George Riedl and Newell’s Jerry Brown

Kimberly-Clark’s Denny Belcastro and CVS Health’s Larry Merlo

Time’s Joe Bivona with Helen of Troy’s Perry Sansone and Leah Bailey

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One highlights of the recent NACDS Week in New York was the National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ Board of Directors dinner.

The event brought together executives from the retailers that comprise the association’s membership, along with their counterparts from supplier companies.

The NACDS Board of Directors dinner was hosted by NACDS chairman Martin Otto, who is chief merchant and chief financial officer at H-E-B.

NACDS Week in New York featured days of meetings — of the NACDS board of directors, the association’s Retail Advisory Board, various committees and the NACDS Foundation board — as well as countless interactions between trading partners in business and social settings. The capstone of the week was the NACDS Foundation dinner, a fund-raising event designed to support the foundation’s work, which includes research that advances patient care, pharmacy education, scholarships and grants to charitable groups that enhance health outcomes.


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