Visitors also will be able to sign up for Walgreens Balance ® Rewards program at tour stop locations. It's easy to join and gives members access to sale prices plus opportunities to get points on eligible prescriptions*, immunizations, healthy behaviors and featured items each week. When members choose to redeem their accumulated points, they are rewarded with dollars off a future purchase made in store and online.
The health tour is comprised of a fleet of four customized vehicles that will simultaneously tour separate regions of the U.S. and Puerto Rico. To learn when the Way to Well Health Tour is serving a neighborhood near you, visit Walgreens.com/WaytoWell. To learn how the purchase of every Walgreens brand health and wellness product supports bringing Way to Well Commitment ® services, including the "Way to Well Health Tour", to local communities through the Walgreens Way to Well Fund ®, visit Walgreens.com/WaytoWell.
"Every day, Walgreens works to fulfill our purpose to help folks get, stay and live well. Our Way to Well Health Tour is one of the ways we can deliver valuable wellness services directly to underserved communities—those most in need," said Walgreens President and Chief Executive Officer Greg Wasson. "We're glad to continue our long-standing relationship with AARP to provide these screenings and help detect existing problems that may need further medical attention. And we're very grateful to all the Walgreens customers whose purchases of our brands are helping support this program."
"We are pleased that this community outreach program will serve underserved and multicultural communities in need," said A. Barry Rand, Chief Executive Officer of AARP. "This tour will deliver critical health and wellness services on behalf of America's growing population of people over 50."*Tests are available to ages 18 and over. Test results are not for diagnostic or treatment purposes and are not conclusive as to the absence or presence of any health condition. Recipients are encouraged to report test results to their primary care provider. Pharmacist consultation with patient does not constitute medical advice.