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CVS/pharmacy and Veterans Advantage Partner to Provide Active Military, Veterans and their Families with Savings on CVS.com

Veterans Advantage members get 10 % off every order at CVS.com and other unique offers throughout the year

WOONSOCKET, R.I., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CVS/pharmacy and Veterans Advantage Inc. today announced a special savings program for Veterans Advantage VetRewards Card members, honoring military and veteran families with savings on thousands of products available at www.CVS.com.

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U.S. Active Duty Military, Veterans, National Guard & Reserve and their families holding the Veterans Advantage VetRewards Card can save an additional 10% online every day from a shopping link at VeteransAdvantage.com to CVS.com. To launch the program, members will also receive a coupon good at any CVS/pharmacy store.

"CVS/pharmacy is honored to support Veterans Advantage's mission of 'respect, recognition and rewards' for veterans and military families with special savings on CVS.com every day of the year," said Rob Price, Chief Marketing Officer for CVS/pharmacy. "Veterans Advantage Members will also find personalized savings and rewards through the new ExtraCare dashboard on CVS.com as well as thousands of products ranging from healthcare to beauty to serve the needs of their families with significant savings."

CVS/pharmacy is the latest partner to join Veterans Advantage's roster of Fortune 500 companies, joining other top brands such as Ford Motor, Apple, United Airlines, Dell, Verizon Wireless, Foot Locker, Avis, Time Warner's HBO, among others.

"We are proud to include CVS/pharmacy with the Veterans Advantage family of leading American brands," said H. Scott Higgins, founder and CEO of Veterans Advantage, and a Vietnam Veteran. "It is a great way for CVS.com shoppers to access the same breadth of first-class products they are accustomed to buying in the past, but now through a discount shopping experience customized for Veterans Advantage members."

About CVS Pharmacy
CVS/pharmacy, the retail division of CVS Caremark Corporation (NYSE: CVS), is America's leading retail pharmacy with 7,400 CVS/pharmacy and Longs Drug stores. CVS/pharmacy is reinventing pharmacy to help people on their path to better health by providing the most accessible and personalized expertise, both in its stores and online at CVS.com. General information about CVS/pharmacy and CVS Caremark is available at http://info.cvscaremark.com.

About Veterans Advantage
Veterans Advantage, established over a decade ago by a group of highly-decorated U.S. Military Veterans, is the nation's leading card benefits program dedicated to "Giving Back to All Who Serve." The program's mission is to deliver respect, recognition, and rewards for U.S. Active Duty, Military Veterans, Retired Military, Active and Retired National Guard & Reservists, and their family members, who have served in all branches and periods of service with a benefits package that includes a personalized ID card to access savings and printed Benefits Directory. The program provides free bonus offers and exclusive savings offers as a thank you for service to the country from top patriotic companies, including United Airlines, Amtrak, Greyhound, Ford, Verizon Wireless, Apple, Dell Computer, Foot Locker, Target.com, Choice Hotels, PGATOUR, and Dollar/Thrifty, and now CVS/pharmacy. Veterans Advantage's "Free Bonus with Membership" includes $55,000 of Travel & Accident Insurance Coverage, Travel Planning and VIP Concierge Services from Chartis, and a personal financial planning and advice hotline package. To learn more go to www.veteransadvantage.com.

The VetRewards Card is also the Official Card of Veterans Week NYC 2012, honoring our nation's military, veterans and families from November 7 – 14, 2012.

Qualified applicants can enroll at www.veteransadvantage.com.

MEDIA CONTACTS

For CVS/pharmacy: Mike DeAngelis, [email protected], 401-770-2645
For Veterans Advantage: Roy Asfar, [email protected], 1-203-422-2526 ext. 21

SOURCE CVS/pharmacy

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