The pharmacy was opened in 1986 and opened its doors for a time as a retail pharmacy but soon became a home for its customers.
Rye Beach Pharmacy opened in February 1987.
Its original location at 2820 South Rondeau Ave was taken over by the pharmacy and reopened in 1994.
The pharmacy is a home to a number of brands and products including Ella Rose, Rice Beach, and Livestock.
Ellamis Rose is a popular brand of beauty products for men and women, and is used by many in the South Beach area.
Lives on the beach and in the sand, it has been a favorite for many people in the past.
“I can tell you that I have had many customers from the South Coast of the United States come to my store and they would be so happy with the product that they have bought,” Ms Tull said.
The Pharmacy’s owners have been working on bringing back the original menu to its former location.
They are looking to open another store to accommodate the growing number of people who come to the pharmacy for their medicinal needs.
Ms Tull also plans to open a wellness centre in the future.
She said it would be open 365 days a year to cater for those who were looking to exercise their health.
In 2016, she said, the pharmacy closed for renovations to include a new pharmacy and wellness centre.
It has also been working to raise awareness of her business.
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