| Going the Extra Mile |
I just wanted you to know that I have been very happy with Brett and his gang at Cooper's. I called Brett after hours last Saturday. He just happened to answer the phone. He was just getting ready to leave, but agreed to stay 30 minutes for my daughter to run the prescriptions from Wichita to Augusta. Is anyone from Dillon's going to answer the phone after hours and stay late? Brett is doing a great job and I am willing to drive from Wichita to support him. Thank you!
| Grand Re-Opening |
If you didn't make it downtown to stop in at Cooper's Grand Reopening, you really missed something.
The Kapplemanns, Cletus, Brett and Bridget have really done it right. I don't know if they realize it or not, but in addition to remodeling and re-stocking the family business, they have lighted a torch of hope in downtown Augusta.
Being a businessman in a small town has never been easy. In this day of Sam's and Walgreens, it is even more difficult for a small town merchant. As a long-time Augustan, it is exciting and inspiring to see a new generation of enthusiatic young people place so much faith and hope in their home town. I am hoping the torch that the Kapplemanns have lit will spark other Augusta businesses to take a look at the possibilities of our town and take the huge leap of faith that the Kapplemanns have taken.
| Competitive Prices |
I went to school with Brett and I should have thought of Cooper Drug first regarding my prescriptions. However, I was under the misconception that a locally owned and operated pharmacy would be more expensive than the corporate pharmacy chaines. Once I transferred my prescriptions to Cooper Drug, I was amazed at the price. Not only was the price competitive but it was dollars less than what I was previously paying. I am glad I made the switch. And the service is so much better . . . so much more personal.