Allen Lloyd purchased his first pharmacy in Polesworth, Warwickshire, England, UK. LloydsPharmacy used to broadcast a live radio station within its stores; presenters included ex-BBC Bruno Brookes. This radio station was shut down on Wednesday 29 February 2012, to cut costs.
LloydsPharmacy is known through the strapline "healthcare for life," but has more recently adopted "how are you today?" to embody the conversational aspect of customers' interactions with pharmacists and to promote the message that pharmacists are equipped with a wealth of knowledge that can assist in the alleviation or soothing of a variety of ailments.
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1973 by Allen Lloyd