CVS Pharmacy is adding UPS drop off locations
Woonsocket, R.I.-based CVS Pharmacy is adding UPS access point locations to its stores nationwide to possibly increase foot traffic to its stores.
The collaboration, which is set to begin rolling out immediately and is planned for more than 6,000 stores, combines two of the nation’s biggest brands and redefines convenience for consumers.
“We will continue to bring our customers new omni channel services and experiences that redefine convenience and make it easier to meet the demands of their increasingly busy lives,” said Kevin Hourican, executive vice president, CVS Health and president, CVS Pharmacy. “Adding UPS Access Point locations at CVS Pharmacy locations offers added convenience in local communities throughout the country for shipping and safely receiving packages.”
For UPS, this deal extends the reach of its innovative UPS Access Point program. With more than 40,000 UPS Access Point locations and 38,000 drop-boxes around the world, UPS provides customers with the benefit of an industry-leading network with more than 78,000 locations to pick-up or drop-off packages. In the near future, more than 90 percent of U.S. consumers will find a UPS Access Point location within five miles of home, offering an extraordinary level of convenience and flexibility.