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Walgreens expands “#ItEndsWithUs” campaign to Seattle

Walgreens expands “#ItEndsWithUs” campaign to Seattle

SEATTLE —  Walgreens is bringing its national “#ItEndsWithUs” campaign to Seattle to educate local teens on the opioid epidemic. As part of WE Day Seattle at KeyArena, thousands of youth will hear real stories of addiction and how Walgreens is working to combat the nation’s opioid epidemic. The #ItEndsWithUs campaign seeks to provide teens with

Walgreens #ItEndsWithUs campaign heads to Chicago

Walgreens #ItEndsWithUs campaign heads to Chicago

CHICAGO — Walgreens announced that its national “#ItEndsWithUs” campaign is coming to Chicago to educate local teens on the opioid epidemic. As part of WE Day Illinois at The Allstate Arena in Rosemont, 15,000 youth will hear real stories of addiction and how Walgreens is working to combat the nation’s opioid epidemic. The #ItEndsWithUs campaign

Walgreens #ItEndsWithUs campaign heads to Los Angeles

Walgreens #ItEndsWithUs campaign heads to Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES— Walgreens announced its national “#ItEndsWithUs” campaign comes to Los Angeles to educate local teens on the opioid epidemic. The campaign will feature actor Brandon Larracuente from the popular Netflix series, “13 Reasons Why” and “Bloodline.” Larracuente, who lost a close friend to opioid addiction, will speak via video message to introduce the #ItEndsWithUs

Walgreens #ItEndsWithUs campaign goes to Texas

Walgreens #ItEndsWithUs campaign goes to Texas

DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens is bringing its #ItEndsWithUs campaign to Dallas to educate local teens about opioid abuse. The drug chain said Tuesday that, as part of “WE Day Texas” at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, thousands of local students will hear stories of addiction and how Walgreens is taking action to combat the

Walgreens campaign focuses on opioid epidemic

Walgreens campaign focuses on opioid epidemic

NEW YORK — Walgreens has launched #ItEndsWithUs, a new campaign to educate teens nationwide about the nation’s opioid crisis. The campaign was unveiled by actor Brandon Larracuente of the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” and “Bloodline,” who lost a close friend to the opioid epidemic. He spoke to an audience of more than 6,000