It's been said the days of the local pharmacy are dwindling -- as big chains take over. But Wayne Pharmacy is bucking that trend. It has been in business for nearly eleven years. Owner and pharmacist Barbara Kleiber explains how she built the business in an area where only chain pharmacies existed -- and what she wanted to offer customers looking for more products and better service than chains provided. With a Walgreen's that popped up across the street and a CVS right down the road, Kleiber and fellow pharmacist Deborah Clark reveal how the competition has only helped the store, instead of luring customers away.

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