Rite Aid, AHA promote heart health

February 12, 2007

Rite Aid Pharmacies and the American Heart Association are teaming up to offer a comprehensive healthy heart initiative during February and March. As part of the program—focused on heart disease prevention—Rite Aid pharmacies are offering patients a free healthy heart guide that provides vital information on maintaining good heart health, including risk factors for heart disease, tips on quitting smoking, and healthy snack options. All stores are also offering a special gift with purchase. Any customer who buys $20 worth of select products will receive a $5 Rite Aid gift card, and any customer who makes a $40 purchase of select products will receive a $15 gift card.

Rite Aid Pharmacies and the American Heart Association are teaming up to offer a comprehensive healthy heart initiative during February and March. As part of the program—focused on heart disease prevention—Rite Aid pharmacies are offering patients a free healthy heart guide that provides vital information on maintaining good heart health, including risk factors for heart disease, tips on quitting smoking, and healthy snack options. All stores are also offering a special gift with purchase. Any customer who buys $20 worth of select products will receive a $5 Rite Aid gift card, and any customer who makes a $40 purchase of select products will receive a $15 gift card.

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