Make sure to plan a visit to select Hallmark Gold Crown locations to pick up the perfect holiday gifts!

A longtime Canadian holiday tradition returns to Alberta!

Sandstone Pharmacies introduces Hallmark Gold Crown at select Sandstone Pharmacies locations

A longstanding tradition for generations of Albertans has been visiting a Hallmark Gold Crown store to pick up holiday keepsakes and gifts. Whether it’s picking up a special ornament to commemorate baby’s first Christmas or a personalized gift for the pulp culture lover on your list, Hallmark has always been a go-to for Canadians.

Since the shops no longer appear in malls, many have missed this favourite festive pastime. But the wait is over!

The team at Sandstone Pharmacies is excited to bring back the holiday experience with four Hallmark Gold Crown stores within their locations across Southern and Central AB.

As an independent, community-based pharmacy, Sandstone Pharmacies strive to support the health and well-being of the communities they operate in. Bringing back Hallmark Gold Crown is another way to offer additional value to their patients and customers – this has always been a top priority for the team.

“The Hallmark Gold Crown stores have been part of the Canadian retail landscape for decades. We strive to make our customers happy and by bringing back something that has been so important to Albertans for years, we knew it would be a hit!” notes store manager Cory Miles.

In store, you’ll find unique opportunities for savings and a wide selection of merchandise, including Hallmark Gold Crown items that you won’t find anywhere else.

The expanded assortment of Hallmark products includes unique merchandise and dedicated giftware, as well as greeting cards, wrapping paper and everyone’s favourite keepsake ornaments.

In store you can find unique merchandise and dedicated giftware, greeting cards, wrapping paper and everyone’s favourite keepsake ornaments!

In store you can find unique merchandise and dedicated giftware, greeting cards, wrapping paper and everyone’s favourite keepsake ornaments!

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The Sandstone Rewards Program provides access to exclusive deals and offers. Right now, the first 50 customers to sign up receive a Peanuts Woodstock plush. It’s quick and easy to register, and best of all it saves you money!

All locations are following the health guidelines put forth by my Alberta Health Services and Dr. Deena Hinshaw. Remote purchasing options are available including curb-side pick up, home delivery and online payment options.

Visit them on Facebook or in-store to learn more, and stop by our select Hallmark Gold Crown locations today to pick up the perfect holiday gifts!

Sandstone Pharmacies Hallmark Gold Crown Locations: Crescent Heights, Fifth Avenue, Glenmore Landing and Innisfail.

Sandstone Pharmacies introduces Hallmark Gold Crown at select locations to keep a long standing Canadian tradition alive!

Sandstone Pharmacies introduces Hallmark Gold Crown at select locations to keep a long standing Canadian tradition alive!

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