Walgreens Weekly Ad Sale, valid 12/10 – 12/16/2017: $4.99 Sharper Image Memory Foam Slippers; $4.99 Mars Candy Gift Tin 3 pk; $4.99 Paper Products; $8.99 Wonderful Roasted Pistachios; B1G1 free Whitman’s or Russell Stover Chocolate; B1G1 50% off Living Solutions Holiday Light Sets; 2/$1 Jell-O Gelatin or Instant Pudding; $4.99 100% Pure Honey or Syrup; […]
Walgreens Weekly Ad Sale, valid 11/19 – 11/25/2017: $1.99 with card Reese’s Snack Size Candy; $5.99 with card Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee; $2.99 with card Tide Simply Clean & Fresh Liquid Laundry Detergent; $4.99 with card Viva Paper Towels, 6 rolls Cottonelle: Fresh Wipes, 168 pk or Bath Tissue, 12 big rolls; Buy 1 Get 1 […]
Walgreens Weekly Ad Sale, valid 10/8 – 10/14/2017: $1.99 with card Hershey’s Kit Kat; $3.99 Edy’s, Dreyer’s or Hudsonville Ice Cream; Buy 1 Get 1 Free with card Purex Liquid Laundry Detergent; $3.99 with card Scott Paper Towels 6 Rolls or Extra Soft Bath Tissue 12 Big Rolls; Buy 1 Get 1 50% Off with […]
Walgreens Weekly Ad Sale, valid 10/1 – 10/7/2017: $1.99 with card M&M’s Fun Size Candy; Buy 1 Get 1 Free Sun Liquid Laundry Detergent, 65 to 78 loads or Snuggle: Fabric Softener, 32 loads or 70 or 80 sheets; Buy 1 Get 1 50% Off with card Revlon Cosmetics; $1.99 with card Kellogg’s Cereal; $2.99 […]
Walgreens Weekly Ad Sale, valid 9/24 – 9/30/2017: $1.99 with card Butterfinger Fun Size Candy; $3.99 with card Nice! Cashews, 6 or 8.5 oz; 59¢ with card Mars, Dove, Skittles, Starburst, Haribo or Airheads Candy; $5.99 with card Folgers or Dunkin’ Donuts Single-Serve Coffee or Hot Cocoa K-Cups; $4.99 with card Viva Paper Towels, 6 […]
Duane Reade Inc., a subsidiary of the Walgreen Company, is a chain of pharmacy and convenience stores, primarily located in New York City, known for its high volume small store layouts in densely populated Manhattan locations. The headquarters is located along Ninth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
Gary Charboneau, the company’s senior vice-president of sales and marketing since 1993, explained his store layout strategy in New York magazine in 2005. He designed each store using four sections: one for beauty and cosmetic products, another that serves as a pharmacy, a third section for seasonal products such as cards and candy, and a fourth for household and grocery items. Cosmetic items were placed near store entrances, pharmacy sections were moved to the rear of stores since—according to Charboneau—”people don’t browse for prescriptions”, and the other two sections occupied remaining space. As Ian Mount wrote in the magazine article, “half of Duane Reade’s sales come from food, cosmetics, and the like.
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