WOONSOCKET, R.I., Feb 01, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- WHAT: CVS/pharmacy customers who wish to use MoneyGram© ExpressPayment© to make cash donations to the American Red Cross can now do so for free. MoneyGram will not be applying any fees to donations made to the relief efforts in Haiti between now and April 1, 2010, making it easier than ever for customers to give generously to those in need. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090129/NE64371LOGO ) HOW: Any customer wishing to make a cash donation to the American Red Cross for Haitian relief can quickly and conveniently use the MoneyGram ExpressPayment system via the following steps: # Visit any of CVS/pharmacy's 7,000 locations: www.cvs.com/storefinder # Use the red MoneyGram phone located in the Photo Center to speak to a MoneyGram operator # Give the operator the receive code 3886 and the intended donation amount # Pay for the donation, in cash, at the register WHO: About CVS/pharmacy CVS/pharmacy is the retail division of CVS Caremark Corporation (NYSE: CVS). The Company operates more than 7,000 CVS/pharmacy and Longs Drugs stores. CVS/pharmacy is committed to improving the lives of those we serve by making innovative and high-quality health and pharmacy services safe, affordable and easy to access, both in its stores and online at CVS.com. General information about CVS/pharmacy and CVS Caremark is available at http://www.cvscaremark.com/. About MoneyGram MoneyGram makes it affordable, reliable and convenient to send and receive money or make payments by offering a wide range of payment services, including MoneyGram(R) money transfers, ExpressPayment(R) bill payments, money orders and more. A network of 186,000 Money transfer agents in 190 countries and territories make it easy for customers to find the transaction assistance they need. To locate a MoneyGram(R) branch, please visit www.moneygram.com or call 1-800-MONEYGRAM.
CVS/pharmacy Customers Can Now Make Cash Donations to American Red Cross Haitian Relief Efforts for Free Through MoneyGram
Monday, February 1, 2010