CULLMAN — The Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for Grand Pointe Pharmacy Jan. 29. Grand Pointe Pharmacy is built on Angie Veal RPH’s grandparent's land that was purchased July 13, 1905. The pharmacy is named in recognition of her grandparents. The memories that they have of their grandparent's home are lifetime keepsakes and they want to be your "Hometown Pharmacy" that can help you with all your healthcare needs. They accept all major prescription insurance cards and have a drive-through service to conveniently drop off and pick up prescriptions. They provide a full line of over-the-counter medications as well as having a coffee and gift shop.For more information, please contact them at 256-737-1330 or visit them at 2045 2nd Ave. NW, Cullman, AL 35058.
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