24 July 2013
Walgreens vs. CVS
Many consumers take time and consideration when choosing a local pharmacy to take their business to, since many of the pharmacies now have expanded their product selections to include many of your everyday household needs. When you are out looking for a local pharmacy and the two closest locations to you are CVS and Walgreens and they just happen to be located across the street from each other, what features are going to make you choose one over the other?
Since both locations have drive-thru pharmacy services, the convenience is available at either location. Going into each store you will notice that Walgreens has a larger interior retail space due to high rise shelving units and is able to offer a wider variety of products such as; seasonal clothing items, accessories, toys, food and beverages. Whereas CVS has less interior space due to lower profile shelving units that promote a more interactive customer experience.
Consumers appreciate being able to interact with knowledgeable staff and having easy and accessible product placement while shopping in any facility. Walgreens pharmacy stores have a health and beauty wall, and employs knowledgeable health and beauty consultants. They
are available to assist customers in not only locating and selecting cosmetics, fragrances, but health care products as well. CVS pharmacy stores as well have similar health and beauty sections located in their stores but without a designated or trained health and beauty consultant on staff to offer assistance customers.
In addition to health and beauty products Walgreens has a full photo lab and online photo printing services available and they employ fully trained photo lab technicians to assist customers with all their printing needs. The photo lab department offers a wide variety of services to enable customers to print to any location. CVS pharmacies as...
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