Martin’s Pharmacy hosts Ribbon Cutting at new Dublin location

Martin’s Pharmacy hosts Ribbon Cutting at new Dublin location
On their one-year anniversary after opening, Martin’s Pharmacy in Dublin held a ribbon cutting ceremony. Dr. Ashley Williams, Pharmacist in Dublin, was given the honor of cutting the ribbon. (Danielle Reid/The Patriot)

A year after opening, Martin’s Pharmacy in Dublin was finally able to hold a ribbon cutting.

Shelia Smith, Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce President for 2020-21, opened the ceremony Tuesday and introduced the speakers (Dubli Mayor Benny Skeens and Will Hale of Martin’s Pharmacy).

Pharmacist Dr. William “Will” Hale, Ashley, Kathy Hale and W. “Eddie” Hale celebrate the one-year anniversary of opening Martin’s Pharmacy at the Dublin location. The ribbon cutting, which was originally scheduled for last year, was delayed because of COVID interruptions. (Danielle Reid/The Patriot)

“We are excited to be here today to celebrate the 1-year anniversary of the Martin’s Pharmacy Dublin location.  While Martin’s may be new to Dublin, they are not new to Pulaski County as they have been serving our community since 1942.

We are so grateful to Martin’s Pharmacy and their staff as they worked closely with the CDC and were among the first in the area to receive the COVID19 vaccine.  Martin’s has held numerous vaccine clinics and are now busy administering the COVID19 boosters and other immunizations to keep our citizens healthy.  It is no unusual to hear another citizen giving praise to Martin’s Pharmacy for their efficiency and quality customer service.”

Will Hale stated, “We are a community pharmacy and we’re invested long-term in our community.  With Pharmacist Ashley Williams and long-term employee Doug Futrell, we can build relationships and better serve our customers in Dublin.”