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Bartell Drugs

Bartell’s offers tips, tools for being prepared for winter storms

Bartell’s offers tips, tools for being prepared for winter storms

SEATTLE — Although high volume snow is a rarity in Western Washington, upcoming forecasts predict that many could be snowbound again this weekend. Emergency preparedness is the first step to ensuring that those affected by inclement weather are safe and equipped with snow and ice defense essentials. “Braving the elements can prove to be a

Bartell’s: More than 128 years of loving and living local

Bartell’s: More than 128 years of loving and living local

SEATTLE — Washington became a state in 1889. That same year, George Bartell bought his first pharmacy in Seattle. There are fewer things in the Puget Sound Area that are more local than Bartell’s. Serving the Northwest for 129 years, Bartell’s is dedicated to supporting the local community including those that live in the area as

Measles outbreak spreads; Bartell’s urges vaccination

Measles outbreak spreads; Bartell’s urges vaccination

SEATTLE — The Washington State Department of Health has 39 confirmed cases of measles between King County and Clark County. 34 of 36 cases were unvaccinated individuals. Vaccinations are the first line of defense for preventative care and Bartell’s is prepared to help protect the community from the outbreak. The M-M-R (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine

Bartells is spreading holiday cheer throughout the Puget Sound

Bartells is spreading holiday cheer throughout the Puget Sound

SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs is celebrating the holiday season in a big way with the Oh, What Fun! Holiday Event. To add to the excitement of the in-store shopping experience, on December 8th , customers are invited to join in festive activities at each of Bartell’s 66 neighborhood locations. All locations will offer one of

Bartells continues holiday tradition with Salvation Army donation drive

Bartells continues holiday tradition with Salvation Army donation drive

SEATTLE —  Over the past 16 years, in partnership with The Salvation Army and two local radio stations, Bartell Drugs has hosted Toy N’ Joy, a program designed to collect new, unwrapped toys for local children during the holidays. “The Salvation Army is honored to partner with Bartell Drugs again this holiday season, a tradition

Bartell Drugs decking the halls with new holiday programs

Bartell Drugs decking the halls with new holiday programs

SEATTLE — The holidays are quickly approaching and Bartell Drugs has some new programs that invites customers to join in embracing the spirit of the season. The retailer said holiday shopping will be stress free with it’s  highly anticipated Annual Gift Guide. The festive 32-page holiday shopping guide is full of unique, local and exclusive

Bartell Drugs hosts 29th annual Partner Breakfast

Bartell Drugs hosts 29th annual Partner Breakfast

  SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs welcomed more than 200 guests at the 29th annual Vendor Breakfast. This event showcased Bartells vendors and suppliers as a “thanks” for their partnerships and continued support. The event was held on Wednesday, October 10th at Emerald Downs. Business owners, CEOs, presidents, product representatives and others gathered for a fun

Bartell Drugs offers convenient flu shot program

Bartell Drugs offers convenient flu shot program

SEATTLE – Bartell’s pharmacy is prepared to help protect customers from the flu with a fast and easy vaccination program. Receiving an annual flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting against influenza and its potentially serious complications. “Flu vaccinations can help reduce flu illnesses, doctor’s visits and missed work or school

Bartell Drugs recruits top talent for key leadership roles

Bartell Drugs recruits top talent for key leadership roles

SEATTLE – Bartell Drugs is prepared for the future with two key positions now occupied by dynamic, experienced professionals. Kelly Kennedy has joined Bartell’s as the chief financial officer. Kelly brings 25 years of experience working in management and finance for retail organizations such as Williams Sonoma, See’s Candies and food companies including Annie’s, Dreyer’s

Bartells Drugs names Kathi Lentzsch as CEO

SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs, the country’s largest and oldest family-owned pharmacy, announced two significant hires to its executive ranks last month, including Kathi Lentzsch as the company’s chief executive officer, who becomes only the fifth CEO in the company’s 128-year history. Lentzsch comes to the company with more than three decades of retail experience with

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