A couple of weeks ago, I posted a post titled Thrifty white pharmacy logo is better than Thrifty black pharmacy, because it’s a little more interesting.
The post was accompanied by a photo of a Thriftywhite pharmacy, with a skull and crossbones and the word Thrifty.
The picture didn’t sit well with me, since it implied that I had some kind of problem with the Thriftywhitepath.com site.
The post’s author, R.M.G. Jones, was quite frank about his feelings about Thrifty whitepath, and about how the design for the Thriftwhitepharmaceutics site could be a little too obvious.
“I would love to be able to look at a Thrift white pharmacy in a store, and I would also love to see the skull and Crossbones on the front of the pharmacy, too,” he said.
“But that’s a different post.”
As for the rest of the site, Jones said he was still working on it.
He is working on a Thrillwhitepharma.com redesign that is being developed by a team of designers and engineers, and he expects to launch the redesign on November 1st.
He said he is also working on an online newsletter, which he said will be a “full-service pharmacy” that will offer up “some nice tips, news, recipes, and more.”
The newsletter will be hosted by Thriftwhitepharmacy.com, and it will include an ad-free version of the newsletter, he said, and will include links to other content.
As far as the Thrillwhitepspharmacompany.com website goes, Jones says he’s working on making it more user-friendly.
The Thrift White Pharmacies newsletter will include a variety of content including tips, recipes and news, as well as some “very interesting” content about the history of the Thrifts pharmacy and what Thrift has been doing lately.
Jones also plans to make the site more robust with a “bulk list” feature that will allow users to add their own Thrift-related content to the site.
Jones said he hopes the redesign will help Thrift’s brand become more recognizable in the eyes of customers and shoppers.
But I don’t think it will hurt Thrift, he added.
I’ve seen people say that Thrift is the best white brand out there.
And that’s because Thrift was designed to appeal to consumers with a Thrifted identity, Jones continued.
I think Thrift does an incredible job of building that identity, and so I think the Thrillspharmaceuticals brand is going to be a lot stronger because of that.
For more on Thrifty whites pharmacy, visit: http://www.thriftwhitepharms.com/newsletter-about-your-visit/