DOZEN YEARS FOR PHARMASAVE: On Thursday

Dozen years and counting for Parksville’s Pharmasave

Customers received 12 per cent off on the store's birthday last week

DOZEN YEARS FOR PHARMASAVE: On Thursday, Parksville Pharmasave held a celebration to mark 12 years years at their location in the Pioneer Plaza. Above from left to right are Natural Health Consultant Lisa Leger, Pharmacist/Owner Tammie Toriglia and Front Store Manager Jackie Shillabeer, who thanked their loyal customers with 12 per cent off everything in the store, free samples and door prizes. The health centre which has been serving people in Parksville since 1981 won the Pharmastar Store of the Year award in 2012 and in 2010.

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