PRESS RELEASE WOONSOCKET, R.I., Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –CVS/pharmacy, the country's leading retail pharmacy, launched its entrance into the Seattle marketplace today with the grand starting of a fresh location in the city of Renton, the first CVS/pharmacy in the constant state of Washington. CVS/pharmacy is the first national pharmacy to get rid of the sale of tobacco and the 1st pharmacy in the nation to receive the Community Pharmacy accreditation from URAC, the leading health care accreditation business that establishes quality specifications for the health care industry. As CVS/pharmacy begins to open stores in the Seattle market, customers will be introduced to its unique clinical offerings and medication adherence programs that are designed to improve wellness outcomes and reduce general health care costs, innovative cellular and online tools to help individuals manage their prescriptions whenever and wherever they need, exclusive private label products that come with a 100 percent money-back guarantee, and the CVS/pharmacy ExtraCare Plan, the country's largest benefits program that provides customers money back, special savings and will be offering that are earned by shopping in-shop or online at We are pleased to open our first store in Washington Condition and provide CVS/pharmacy's best in class patient-centered medication management programs, wellness services, chronic and preventive disease management, and high quality health, beauty and personal care and attention offerings to the Seattle marketplace, stated Helena Foulkes, President of CVS/pharmacy.The time to act is now – that is a tragedy of unimaginable proportions, says Hossam Elsharkawi, director of recovery and emergencies with the Canadian Crimson Cross. To date, the Pakistan Red Crescent Culture has distributed alleviation to over 250,000 people and medical groups have reached an additional 30,000. Due to massive requirements, the PRCS is raising response efforts to meet the urgent requirements of over 2 million people.5 million, but hopes the donor community continues to contribute. To date, the Canadian Red Cross has raised $2.25 million to get operations including $1 million from the Government of Ontario, $700,000 from the Canadian International Development Company and $350,000 from generous Canadians.