Our NCPA Experience in a Nutshell

October 14, 2015

DryPRO at NCPA

Our NCPA Experience
Last weekend, our team of sales reps traveled to the National Community Pharmacists Association Exhibition & Convention in Washington D.C. We were able to connect and network with a number of independent pharmacies from across the country, spreading the good news about our one-of-a-kind waterproof protection for casts, bandages, wounds, and other bodily medical devices.

Sales rep Andy Smith explaining the pros of DRYPro

We were thrilled when Gabe Trahan, Senior Director of NCPA Store Operations and Marketing, invited us to speak about our products during his presentation on the final day of the show. We loved explaining to community pharmacy owners how stocking DRYPro gives them an edge over the big chain pharmacies, who typically only carry the “glorified garbage bag” waterproof protection that our competitors offer.

Gabe Trahan presenting at the NCPA Breakfast Meeting

NCPA Breakfast Meeting

Overall, our trip to the NCPA trade show proved to be a successful and exciting one for DRYPro. We hope to be back next year!



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