CVS pharmacies have launched a series of teaser videos in their online store that promise to teach customers how to save their lives.
The videos have been directed at users who have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
CVS, the nation’s largest pharmacy chain, said in a statement on Friday that the videos are part of an ongoing series of marketing initiatives.
The company said the goal is to help people understand their diabetes and get the right answers for their health needs, and to help CVS and its customers understand what’s covered in their insurance policies.
The first teaser video, titled “You’re in the spotlight,” shows a doctor and a CVS pharmacist walking through a pharmacy with a patient in a wheelchair, with the doctor telling the pharmacist, “We don’t want you to be alone.
It’s going to take a little time for you to understand what we’re talking about here.”
The pharmacist looks to the camera and says, “Do you know that if you get sick and you’re not getting better, that’s not the end of it?
That’s just your chance to take care of yourself.””
We’ve got to educate our customers to be ready for the day that comes,” the pharmacy worker says.
The second teaser video shows a woman walking into a C&C Pharmacy, who says, with a smile, “I’m here to get the best drugs at the lowest prices.”
The woman then walks out to the front of the pharmacy, where she meets the pharmacart.
She says, in a soft voice, “You know, you might have noticed that the pharmacoart here doesn’t give out coupons, but they do have some great deals.”
“I’m looking for a $15 coupon, or a $20 coupon, $35 coupon,” the woman says to the pharmasart.
“So you better check out our coupon shop.”
The second video shows another woman walking through the C&s pharmacy, who is then greeted by a pharmacist and pharmacist.
The woman says, to the other pharmacist with a puzzled expression, “So, you don’t know what you’re talking to me about?”
The pharmacarts pharmacist responds, “What do you mean?
I don’t really know what I’m talking about.””
So, tell me, where did you get the idea that a pharmaco-art will give you a discount?” the woman asks.
“Is it just that I don, uh, you know, want to pay more for something?
Is that it?””
No, that would be wrong,” the pharmacy owner responds.
“There are a lot of other discounts available.”
The videos were created by the CVS Drugstore Marketing Team and the Pharmacy Retail Team.
They have been shared on Facebook and Twitter by CVS members and their followers.CVS Pharmacists have been using social media to reach people with the videos, according to the company.
The company is using social marketing as a means to encourage more people to use the pharmacy.
The videos can be seen on CVS’s social media channels and CVS stores.