Lee’s pharmacy has been opening for more than three years in the small town of Fort Collins, Colorado.
The pharmacy is the first pharmacy in Colorado that opened up in a rural community with fewer than 5,000 residents.
The location is a stark contrast to the bustling chain stores that fill the downtowns of Los Angeles and New York City.
The small town is not a big city, so the pharmacy is small, with just two cars and an office space.
But it has a lot of amenities.
The shop sells only organic, natural products.
The staff is friendly and attentive, and the staff members are dedicated to helping customers.
“Lee’s is a wonderful store,” said the owner, Lizzie Leggett, a retired schoolteacher.
“We have our whole family here.
We’re a small community, so we’ve been doing this for over 25 years.”
Legget started Lee’s because she was sick of seeing other customers coming into the pharmacy and going into the store.
“You’re not seeing any other people.
You’re not getting your medicine.
It’s like, ‘Oh my god, it’s all over the store,'” she said.
She decided to open her own pharmacy because she wanted to give back.
“I want to give something back to the community,” she said, and that’s why she decided to make her pharmacy available in rural communities.
She said her customers are really supportive and that they love her and her staff.
Lee’s has about 60 employees, including three cooks, four cashiers, and two pharmacists.
Leggert said that she expects to keep the business open for about four years before it closes.
It will be a little while before Lee’s opens up again, but she said she will have to look at the cost of her medications and the cost for the employees.
Leach’s is the only pharmacy in Fort Collins that sells organic, healthy foods, and Lee’s is just the beginning.
“It’s been a very hard thing to grow a business in the middle of nowhere, so it’s a good opportunity,” Leggitt said.
“But I think it’s going to be a really good thing to expand the business in rural areas.”