Rite Aid celebrates National Heart Month by helping customers keep a healthy heart

January 31, 2008

Rite Aid pharmacists educate customers during National Heart Month

To commemorate National Heart Month, Rite Aid Corp. is partnering with fitness guru Billy Blanks and the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women movement to offer customers the chance to get heart healthy in a number of ways this February and March. Working with Blanks, Rite Aid is offering heart healthy tips and information. A free Rite Aid Heart Guide provides information on detection and prevention of heart disease as well as helpful advice on heart risks, the signs of a heart attack, and helpful products to aid heart health. Rite Aid is also giving customers the chance to purchase a "Red Dress" for $1 at any location nationwide. All proceeds from the sales will benefit the Go Red for Women movement of the American Heart Association.

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