Priceline Pharmacy Yamanto in southern Queensland has been named Priceline’s Franchise Store of the Year. The award recognised the store’s “outstanding commercial results” as well as its involvement in initiatives such as The Priceline Sisterhood and the Live Well instore health consultation program. Owner Judy Baguley said the pharmacy’s membership in the Priceline network provides “many opportunities for us to provide additional services to the local community. “Our pharmacists, in particular, play an important role in providing trusted advice to locals on important health issues,” she said. Priceline Pharmacy group general manager, Michael Langham, said he was delighted to reward Priceline Pharmacy Yamanto for a fantastic year “in what have been difficult trading circumstances. “Yamanto provides a great example of what Priceline Pharmacy wants from our Franchise Partners,” he said. Pictured from left celebrating the award last week are Kiet Le, pharmacist; Judy Baguley, franchise partner; Sandra Morton, retail manager; and Josie Bolton, Priceline Qld state manager.
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