Support CVS in company campaign against tobacco

February 12, 2014 


All CVS stores nationwide, including this one on U.S. 301 in downtown Bradenton, will stop selling tobacco products by October. MATT M. JOHNSON/BRADENTON HERALD


Last week's announcement that CVS will no longer sell cigarettes or any other tobacco products should be welcomed as a significant step in reducing smoking and improving health in America.

We can encourage CVS competitors to stop selling tobacco products by supporting CVS with our drug and convenience store purchases.

There is no more effective way to have other companies join CVS than by affecting their revenue.

Vald Svekis


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