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Navarro Discount Pharmacies raises money, collects nonperishables for Haiti

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MIAMI Locally owned and operated Navarro Discount Pharmacies and its employees and customers are joining forces to help the people of Haiti.

In the past week, Navarro’s local efforts have raised more than $10,000 and have resulted in the collection of a substantial amount of non perishable goods and vitamins. In store collection programs include:

  • Customers “round up your change campaign”: Customers can round up their change to the nearest dollar in an effort to raise funds for those in need in Haiti.
  • Employee Payroll Deductions: Employees can donate through their paychecks for the months of January/February 2010.
  • Nonperishable item donations: Each of Navarro’s 28 store locations are collecting water, clothing, first aid, medical supplies, etc.  
  • Navarro’s sister company in Miami, Nutri-Force Nutrition, a local manufacturer/marketer of supplements and vitamins, also has donated 10,000 bottles of vitamins and other such nonperishable items as clothes, toiletries, first aid items, baby items, and cases of water.

All monies and goods raised are donated to the American Red Cross.

Navarro Discount Pharmacies is the largest Hispanic-owned pharmacy chain in the United States with 28 stores and approximately 1,500 employees in Miami.

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