Drugstore chain giant Walgreens entered into a three-year contract with the AARP to deliver retail drugstore program benefits to its members belonging to the 50-plus age group, Walgreen and AARP said in a joint announcement.

The groups said the new deal is aimed at further enhancing their long-standing relationship that began in 2006. They did not disclose any financial terms.

The new deal will create a retail drugstore program and member/community outreach, the groups said.

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