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Colorado Drug Card Media Center

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce


“Denver Metro Chamber launches drug card with new preferred provider”

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(Denver, CO) – The Denver Metro Chamber, in partnership with the Colorado Drug Card announced today that Walgreens pharmacy has agreed to be the preferred pharmacy for the program. As part of the agreement, Walgreens will process prescriptions through Colorado Drug Card for those people who are not able to print or otherwise obtain a drug savings card.

"As Colorado's economy begins to recover from this economically challenging time, access to less-expensive prescriptions can make a critical difference in the health of Coloradans," said Robert Blankenship, Chief Operating Officer of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. "No Coloradan should have to choose between filling their prescriptions and other needs."

Colorado residents can obtain a free card, search drug pricing and locate participating pharmacies by visiting www.ColoradoDrugCard.com. This card will provide drug savings of up to 75 percent at more than 56,000 pharmacies across the country including Walgreens, Safeway, Albertsons, Sav-on, Target, Kmart, Walmart and many other stores.

All Colorado residents are eligible for this program. There are no restrictions to membership, no income requirements, no age limits and no applications are needed.

The Colorado Drug Card is a simple solution to the confusing maze of discount programs that have appeared in recent years. Many of these programs require enrollment and some have membership restrictions such as age and income requirements. Additional information on the program can be found at www.ColoradoDrugCard.com.

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“Free Statewide Rx Assistance Program Expands Colorado Drug Card selects Walgreens as the Programs Preferred Pharmacy”

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(Denver, CO) – Colorado Drug Card, in partnership with The Denver Metro Chamber, announced today that Walgreens pharmacy has agreed to be the "Preferred Pharmacy" for the program. As part of the agreement, Walgreens has agreed to process prescriptions through Colorado Drug Card. Coloradans can simply walk into any Walgreens location and ask the pharmacist to process their prescription through the Colorado Drug Card. Walgreens will also have hard cards available at pharmacy locations throughout the State.

"As Colorado's economy begins to recover from this economically challenging time, access to less-expensive prescriptions can make a critical difference in the health of Coloradans," said Robert Blankenship, Chief Operating Officer of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. "No Coloradan should have to choose between filling their prescriptions and other needs."

Colorado residents can obtain a free card, search drug pricing and locate participating pharmacies by visiting www.ColoradoDrugCard.com. This card will provide drug savings of up to 75 percent at more than 56,000 pharmacies across the country including Walgreens, Safeway, Albertsons Sav-on, Target, Kmart, and many other stores.

All Colorado residents are eligible for this program. There are no restrictions to membership, no income requirements, no age limits and no applications are needed.

The Colorado Drug Card is a simple solution to the confusing maze of discount programs that have appeared in recent years. Many of these programs require enrollment and some have membership restrictions such as age and income requirements. Additional information on the program can be found at www.ColoradoDrugCard.com.

Northern Colorado Business Report


“Walgreens selected for statewide drug assistance program”

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(Denver, CO) – Colorado Drug Card announced Walgreens has agreed to be the "preferred pharmacy" for the statewide drug assistance program.

As part of the agreement, Walgreens has agreed to process prescriptions through Colorado Drug Card. State residents can go to any Walgreens store and ask the pharmacist to process their prescription through the Colorado Drug Card. Walgreens will also have cards available at its pharmacies.

Coloradans can obtain a free drug card, search drug pricing and locate participating pharmacies by visiting www.ColoradoDrugCard.com. The cards provide drug purchase savings of up to 75 percent at pharmacies in stores that include Walgreens, Safeway, Albertsons Sav-On, Target and Kmart.

All state residents are eligible for the program, and there are no restrictions to membership, no income requirements, no age limits and no applications are needed.

For more information, visit www.ColoradoDrugCard.com.

Fox 31 Denver


“Colorado offers residents a Prescription Drug discount card”

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(Denver) – With family budgets getting tighter all the time, some good news about a discount program that can save you money on prescription drug costs.

The program is called the Colorado Drug Card. It's free and available to all Colorado residents. It offers a discount of anywhere between 10 and 70 percent on certain prescription drugs.

Kate Horle, with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce explains ask your pharmacist to compare the cost of a drug using your insurance against the cost using the Colorado Drug card and then take whichever is cheapest.

Organizations that issue the cards use their volume to negotiate better prices on medications. Horle says savings vary depending on the drug and on your specific insurance.

You can get the cards at most pharmacies or print your own through the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce web site.

Mile High United Way


“Mile High United Way Mourns the Loss of Robert Blankenship”

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A Message from Christine Benero, President and CEO

Dear Mile High United Way supporters, advocates and friends,

It is with a broken heart that I am writing to tell you that we have lost our friend and colleague Robert Blankenship. There are truly no words at this time to express the sadness we all share.

Robert's services will be held this Thursday at Trinity Methodist Church at 4:00 pm. Trinity is a beautiful old church in downtown Denver, across from the Brown Palace - 1820 Broadway. We welcome all who would like to attend to celebrate the life of this extraordinary man.

Below, please find a beautiful piece about Robert that his loving friend and our board member Tamra Ward wrote.

With love,
Christine Benero


Robert Reid Blankenship 1956 - 2013

Robert Reid Blankenship was born July 24, 1956 in Jackson, Tennessee, the child of James Franklin and Ivary Blankenship and the third of four children raised in the community of Lexington. He died July 21, 2013 following a short but valiant battle with cancer.

Following a stellar 19-year career with Fruit of the Loom, where he served as a Vice President in North America and European Operations, a love for the outdoors and the mountains - kindled by his time in Switzerland - brought him back to the United States and to Colorado in 1998. In 2000, he began a 12-year run as the Chief Operating Officer for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, where he played a pivotal role in growing the organization's reach and resources.

In 2012, Robert left the Chamber to follow another passion - that of giving back to the community. He assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer for the Mile High United Way, where he worked until his passing.

In 2003 he met Andrea Tollar, the love of his life, who became his wife on July 8, 2013.

Robert will always be known for his zest for life, his selfless, loving nature and his incredible turn of phrase affectionately known as "Robertisms."

He is survived by Andrea; his siblings Dwight and his wife Jenny, Douglas and his partner Dan, and his sister Diana. He also loved his nieces and nephews, Chris, Holly, Laura Beth, Steven, and Keelye. Countless friends also mourn this loss.

Donations may be made in Robert's memory to the Denver Metro Leadership Foundation and the Mile High United Way.

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“Free Prescription Assistance Program for All Colorado Residents ”

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The Colorado Drug Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program that offers free drug cards to all Colorado residents. The program provides discounts on both brand and generic medications with an average savings of around 30%. The program has no restrictions to membership, no income requirements, no age limitations and there are no applications to fill out. Everyone is eligible to receive savings!

Additionally, people with prescription coverage can use the program to get a discount on prescription drugs that are not covered by insurance. There are currently more than 56,000 pharmacy locations across the country participating in the program, including all major pharmacy chains. To locate participating pharmacies and search medication pricing, go to www.ColoradoDrugCard.com.

If you have any questions please contact Shaeffer Gast at shaeffer.gast@denverchamber.org