What did Rite Aid use to be called?

Answer According to the Rite Aid's official website, the company's first retail location was opened in 1962 under the name of Thrif D Discount Center. By 1968, the chain had grown "rapidly through acquisi... Read More »

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Does Rite Aid have public fax machines?

Rite Aid drugstores don't have fax machines for customer use. The company's website contains no information or advertisements about public fax machines, and a call to the company's customer service... Read More »

Uses for Reynolds Cut-Rite Wax Paper?

Although the leader in the industry, Reynolds, claims that Thomas Edison invented wax paper, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Park Service throws doubt on the claim. There is no dou... Read More »

How to Clean Aqua Rite?

Hayward Aqua Rite turbo cells chlorinate in-ground and above-ground pools. They install right along with the pool's filter. Depending on how often you use your pool, you will need to clean out your... Read More »

How to Mount a Best-Rite Whiteboard?

Best-Rite is a company that is well known for office and school supplies. Best-Rite whiteboards allow teachers, students and moms to easily write and erase information. Properly hanging the Best-Ri... Read More »