Here is the link for the pictures from the open house. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hynlrLLu3H8 We have some exciting news for you. This Saturday, September 11th, we are having an open house extravaganza to showcase our recent renovations here at Johnson Compounding and Wellness Center. For the past 6 months we have been constructing a state of the art conference center on the lower level of the pharmacy. This gorgeous conference center is the perfect complement to our European designed natural pharmacy.Additionally, during these renovations we also became solar energy powered. We are extremely proud to be reducing our dependence on non-renewable sources of energy by as much as 30%. A representative from Solar Flair, the company that installed the solar system, will be here to answer any questions you might have.So I’m sure you’re asking by now, why should I make a trip to the pharmacy on Saturday? What’s in it for me?Well for starters, we will have radio personalities Loren and Wally from WROR here from 10 to 11 in the morning. Come and meet them, have a few laughs, get your picture taken with them and receive FREE goodies provided by the WROR Street Team form 10 to 12. We then will have 5 start chef German Lam of GLam foods provide a healthy cooking demonstration in our newly renovated kitchen next to the conference room. He will be cooking up plenty of healthy food samples for you to try.If this is not enough to entice you to come we will have FREE gift bags for the first 105 people who come. Included in the gift bags are samples from over 20 various high quality supplement lines that we recommend and sell in the pharmacy. Companies including Innate, Natures Way, Zola and New Chapter will be represented.Also you can enter FREE raffles for more than 15 fantastic gift baskets.So mark it on your calendar, this Saturday September 11, from 10 to 2. Can’t wait to show off our new digs!
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