SAN DIEGO – The National Association of Chain Drug Stores has named the winners of the 2023 Total Store Expo Product Showcase. Products in categories ranging from home healthcare to baby care to consumables and pharmacy operations equipment were on display in the “Product Showcase” on the exhibit floor. The showcase provides increased visibility for
SAN DIEGO — National Association of Chain Drug Stores chair Mike Wysong, and president and CEO Steve Anderson, Sunday welcomed member retailers and suppliers to the NACDS Total Store Expo — the third conference in 2023 celebrating the association’s 90th anniversary year. Speaking at Sunday’s Business Program, Wysong and Anderson delivered a clear message: The
Steven Anderson, president and chief executive officer of NACDS, has issued the following memo regarding 2020 Total Store Expo: To: NACDS Members From: Steven C. Anderson, FASAE, CAE, IOM President & Chief Executive Officer Date: June 4, 2020 The San Diego Convention Center has announced that it will now be closed for events until September.
RIDGEWATER, N.J. — Bausch + Lomb announced that LUMIFY brimonidine tartrate ophthalmic solution 0.025% redness reliever eye drops were named a Product Showcase winner in the healthcare and over-the-counter (OTC) category at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ (NACDS) 2018 Total Store Expo. “We’re honored to be recognized by NACDS with the coveted Product Showcase award
SAN DIEGO — At the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Store Expo, association president and chief executive Steve Anderson took a few moments in the Business Program to single out the achievements of Jim Whitman, senior vice president of member programs and services, for more than 40 years of service to the association.
The Total Store Expo, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ annual front-end and pharmacy event, is once again upon us. Now in its fifth iteration, it has already been successful in replacing the Marketplace Conference, an NACDS meeting that had outlived its original purpose and had no legitimate second act to call upon. But
ARLINGTON, Va. — A suite of tools is available for attendees prepping for the 2017 NACDS Total Store Expo in San Diego, says Jim Whitman, senior vice president of member programs and services for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. This year’s event will be held August 19 through August 22 at the San
In chain drug retailing, the most disappointing product category in 2016 has been beauty care. Indeed, the problem with the beauty care category in chain drug stores is, quite simply, the chain drug store’s inability to generate any significant interest in the category. It performs far more credibly in other mass retailing outlets, and it
BOSTON — Pharmacy-based health care can help the U.S. meet an array of socioeconomic challenges, Martin Otto, chief merchant and chief financial officer of H-E-B, said at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Store Expo. Otto, who is also chairman of NACDS, said that access to pharmacy patient care can help reverse increases
BOSTON — Hy-Vee Inc. was honored by the National Association of Chain Drug Stores for its engagement in the NACDS Political Action Committee (NACDS-PAC). During the Political Involvement Reception at the Total Store Expo on Saturday evening, Hy-Vee chairman and CEO Randy Edeker — who was NACDS chairman from April 2015 to April 2016 —
Summer’s nearly over. The holiday selling season is a few small steps away. The back-to-school selling season is over. Halloween is here. Thanksgiving is a moment away. What happened? Where has 2015 gone? What has it meant for mass retailing? More urgently, Total Store Expo, the mammoth merchandising exhibition assembled by the National Association of
DENVER — The National Association of Chain Drug Stores honored the achievements of several retailers at the Total Store Expo, with the Harold W. Pratt Award — pharmacy’s highest honor — going to Rite Aid executive vice president of pharmacy Robert Thompson. Thompson was presented the Pratt Award by NACDS chairman Randy Edeker on Sunday
Less than a month has passed since the National Association of Chain Drug Stores hosted its 2015 Annual Meeting in Palm Beach, Fla. By all accounts, the event was hugely productive, as retailer and supplier attendees from around the country and throughout the industry journeyed to South Florida in the most optimistic mood the chain drug
The cataclysmic changes within the chain drug retailing community, whatever their ultimate implications for America’s largest drug chains and for the industry in general, are putting the country’s regional drug chains more glaringly in the spotlight. Indeed, not only are America’s smaller drug chains more professionally managed and operated than they have yet been, they