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Collectible Stocks and Bonds 2001

$99.95 2001

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Product Description stock certificate 2001

Internet and distribution company that found its way through dot com era.  Great vignette of company lfo and website name.  Issued and not cancelled. Dated 2001. is an internet retailer in health and beauty care products. Its web operations were launched on February 24, 1999.

In June 1999, Rite Aid entered into a ten-year strategic relationship with which allowed customers to pick up prescriptions at Rite Aid stores, and enabled to sell Rite Aid products, as well as vitamins from retailer General Nutrition Center (GNC). On September 3, 2008, amended and restated both the main agreement and the pharmacy supply and services agreement dated June 17, 1999 between Rite Aid and Through those agreements with Rite Aid, had access to Rite Aid customers through the website and the Rite Aid online store, which was powered by the website. ended a sourcing deal with in 2005. In addition to the website, the company also maintains storefronts at and

DS Distribution, Inc., located in the Pureland Industrial Complex in Logan Township, New Jersey, is its wholly owned subsidiary responsible for the distribution of OTC products, products, and CNS (Custom Nutrition Services) products. Distribution of products is from a center in Logan Township, New Jersey. Prescriptions are handled by Walgreens.

It has an "FSA store" containing items that are likely to be eligible for purchase using a medical flexible spending account, and by extension a health reimbursement account or health savings account as well. This in turn led to its invention of the very first inventory information approval system (IIAS) in 2005; it wasn't used in brick-and-mortar retailing until 2006 by Walgreens. Under a 2006 Internal Revenue Service ruling, IIAS must be installed by every grocery store, discount store, and Internet pharmacy that accepts FSA debit cards by the end of 2007, and by most chain pharmacies by the end of 2008.

On December 28, 2009, said that it would buy Salu Inc., the operator of, for $36 million.  On March 24, 2011, was acquired by Walgreens for $409 million.

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