Today we unveil the new Walgreens Newsroom, featuring a streamlined user experience, compelling brand storytelling through  “Walgreens Stories,” press releases, podcasts, the latest corporate milestones and a robust collection of easy-to-navigate multimedia assets for journalists.

The Newsroom was built with Walgreens patients, customers, partners, team members and media in mind. Walgreens Newsroom content is timely and informative, and includes:
  • News packages: A single source for information, FAQs, multimedia assets, quotes, data and stories related to timely topics, including our COVID-19 response efforts and vaccine delivery and updates on our pharmacy and retail products and services;
  • Greater emphasis on visuals and creative assets;
  • Mobile-friendly design making it easy for visitors to stay up to date on Walgreens news while on-the-go;
  • No login required; accessible content that is all available for public view and use;
  • Easy-to-navigate archive to look back at previously announced Walgreens Stories, news and milestones; and
  • Opt-in Newsroom email alerts to keep media, patients, customers and team members informed with the latest breaking news, stories and press releases.
Today’s launch also introduces “Walgreens Stories,” compelling vignettes and testimonials from Walgreens team members, patients and customers, told via engaging articles, podcasts and videos. Walgreens patients, customers and team members are also encouraged to use the new “Share Your Story” form to submit their own Walgreens stories for potential publication on the site.
Walgreens Stories content is categorized by four strategic pillars:
  • Community Impact: Stories that show how we’re supporting underserved communities; our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; and the local and global impact of our charitable partnerships, such as the profile of a young man whose life was changed thanks to customer donations to Red Nose Day.
  • Pharmacy & Healthcare: Stories that spotlight our efforts as a leading destination for COVID-19 vaccine administration and testing, and features on our pharmacists and pharmacy at the center of healthcare delivery, such as Episode 1 of the Corner Story podcast where the mom of a child with cystic fibrosis opens up about the heroic efforts of one specialty pharmacist.
  • Retail: Stories that showcase our innovation in retail products, the value of our owned brands and a reimagined shopping experience with the launch of myWalgreens, such as the story that highlights the new local nonprofit donation capability of our loyalty program.
  • Our Team: Stories that recognize the diversity of our workforce and celebrate the expertise of Walgreens’ 225,000+ team members, such as the latest in the Humans of Walgreens series featuring a pharmacy manager in Alaska who’s battling breast cancer during the pandemic.
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