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New CVS opens its doors in Plymouth

New CVS Manager Pauline Sirrell does the ribbon cutting honors as Scott Stephens, Executive Director of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, and other community members look on. (Ashley Finethy) (click for larger version)
February 08, 2012
PLYMOUTH — CVS Pharmacy on Highland Street opened its doors to the public for the first time on Feb. 6, after months of preparations and set-backs.

Members of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, local selectmen, CVS staff and other members of the community celebrated the pharmacy's opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, Feb 6 at 1:30 p.m.

"We were supposed to open in October, and it got pushed back to February," said CVS Manager Pauline Sirrell. "We have had some minor setbacks, but we're here now."

Sirrell isn't the only one who is excited about the pharmacy's recent opening, as excited customers walked in Monday afternoon asking, "Are you finally open?"

The Chamber of Commerce was also excited that in this trying economy, a new business was opening in the community.

"Anytime you can bring a new business to a town is a good thing," encouraged Executive Director of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Scott Stevens. "It is always great to be opening a business in this economy. It created jobs through construction, and now that it is open."

The few days that CVS has been open have seen smooth sailing and no complaints. "Everybody has been great," said Sirrell. "We've had great positive feedback, and everyone loves the store."

Though CVS is already open, the pharmacy will be holding a Grand Opening on Feb. 11 featuring local businesses, the Plymouth Fire and Police Departments, give-a-ways and a raffle. Throughout the week, stop by CVS and register to win a snowboard, helmet, and two tickets to Wildcat Mountain.

"Everyone is happy we are here, and I am happy to be here," boasted Sirrell.

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