Sponsored by CVS.
If you’ve ever grown up with, been around, used, or wanted to try Hispanic products you’re going to wish you had a CVS Pharmacy y Más near you. I was recently invited to the opening of one in the city of Bell (Los Angeles) and I was in awe. Just imagine the CVS you already love, but then add more than 1,500 NEW products throughout the store that include groceries, over-the-counter medications, household cleaners, appliances, cookware, baby, and beauty. As I walked through the aisles I was having major flashbacks of staying at my grandma’s house.
There are currently four CVS Pharmacy y Más locations in Southern California (and 12 in Florida), with plans to open many more here over the next few months. Each store also provides bilingual customer service—including signage. And if you’re a fan of fragrances, you will not be disappointed with their new fragrance department. It’s staffed with trained beauty associates, featuring a large assortment of designer fragrances at everyday low prices. I’m talking like half of what you’d pay at department stores.
More than anything, I love what CVS is doing for not only their customers but also their community. While I was on hand for the opening, the CVS Health Foundation provided a $50,000 grant to St. John’s Well Child and Family Center to support underserved pediatric asthma patients in South Los Angeles. Over the past five years,they have invested more than $2 million to non-profits in the Los Angeles area, including healthcare non-profits that serve the Hispanic community.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CVS. The opinions and text are all mine.