Join Shoppers Drug Mart for the grand re-opening of the Williams Lake store from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 4!

Grand re-opening of Shoppers Drug Mart at Williams Lake

Helping to make managing your health easier

The newly renovated Shoppers Drug Mart will be unveiled on Saturday, May 4 and members of the community are invited to join the celebration.

The grand re-opening will introduce people to the new elements of the store, including an updated pharmacy and larger cosmetic area that carries an endless selection of beauty products. The Shoppers Drug Mart location will now be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week, and these expanded hours will provide better service to the customers of Williams Lake.

This new location has a selection of health and wellness services, including a Pharmacist always available during store hours. Customers will now have access to everything from online pharmacy services, renewing prescriptions and administering vaccinations.

“We can’t wait to open our doors this Saturday,” says Chad Francis, Pharmacist/Owner at Shoppers Drug Mart. “Our new location offers a larger and more modern pharmacy, expanded cosmetics department, extended hours and a Pharmacist always available. My team and I are excited to help you look good, feel good and make managing your health easier.”

There is an endless selection of beauty in the new cosmetics section to explore, with a wide range of new and on-trend products. From this season’s hottest lip shades to your tried-and-true fragrance scent, we have the beauty brands customers love and have new brands for beauty lovers to discover. Beauty brands like Stila, Korres, Biotherm are just a few examples of what’s available in-store.

Shoppers Drug Mart now offers a few more items in our enhanced food section of the store, offering quick meals, snacks and beverages perfect for those on the go.

Grand Re-Opening Event:

Come to the grand re-opening celebration of Shoppers Drug Mart and stop by to play the PC Optimum game with the chance to win PC Optimum points. Hurry to play, as the first 200 customers to play the PC Optimum game will also receive a complimentary gift bag!

Join us from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 at 715 Oliver St., Williams Lake, and for the Grand Re-Opening of the Shoppers Drug Mart.

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