Bartell Drugs, the iconic 127-year-old Northwest-based drugstore, announces Arlington as the location for its newest store.
This will be the 68th store in the company’s chain which stretches from Everett south to University Place near Tacoma. The store will be located at the northwest corner of Highway 9 and 204th Street. Locations 66 and 67 open this summer in Green Lake and Snoqualmie Ridge.
“Bartell Drugs is pleased to be able to have the opportunity to serve the Arlington community,” said Bartell’s Chief Financial Officer Rob Jensen. “Extending into the northeastern areas along the I-5 corridor allows us to bring our convenient services and unique product assortment to Arlington and surrounding communities.”
Bartells is the oldest, family owned drugstore chain in the United States and is particularly known for championing local products including Oberto Jerky products, Theo Chocolates, and a wide variety of local microbrews and Washington wines. The store will also feature a full selection of thousands of popular health, beauty and lifestyle products. A convenient drive-through pharmacy window as well as a full-service pharmacy will be located inside the store.
The 14,622-square-foot store is slated to break ground in late summer 2017 with a planned opening date during the first quarter of 2018.
About Bartell Drugs:
Family-owned since 1890, Seattle-based Bartell Drugs is proud of its more than 127-year history based here in the Northwest. Four generations of the Bartell family have continuously focused on the future — and how the drugstore chain can better serve its customers. With exceptional customer service, locally made products and a focus on your overall wellbeing, Bartell Drugs is here to help. Operating 65 locations in King, Snohomish and Pierce counties (with stores opening in Green Lake and Snoqualmie opening this summer), it is the nation’s oldest family-owned drugstore chain. For more information on Bartell Drugs, visit www.bartelldrugs.com.
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