Village Discount Drugs was opened in 1980 by Hayward and Peggy Gunnin. After many prosperous years, the Gunnins retired and sold the business in 2000 to Kevin and Leah Arnold. We are proud to continue the hometown, friendly and honest service that the pharmacy was founded upon.
WHY CHOOSE US
Village Discount Drugs is the place where our staff calls you by name and the pharmacist knows what "little pink pill" you take. Even though we are continually modernizing to keep up with the high-tech retail world, we still haven't lost our "mom and pop" mentality. We pride ourselves on quick service, affordable prices, and knowing who you are when you walk in.
To the big chains, you're a number. To us, you're family.
MEET OUR TEAM
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY ABOUT US
I love Village Discount Drugs. The employees are so nice, and it does not take 30-40 minutes to receive your medication like it does at big chain pharmacies (not to name names). I feel very valued as a customer, and they will have my business up until.
Why I LOVE Village Discount Drugs... I have always received fast, friendly service. The employees there are very helpful and seem to take your questions very serious and give the best advice according to the situation. I'd much rather go to Village than I had any other pharmacy in our area. I'm not only treated as a customer there, I'm treated as family!!
It doesn't matter if I'm 45 minutes away or two minutes away, when I call Village Discount Drugs they always have my order ready when I get there! I'm never met with anything less than a smile and a huge "Hey girl!". I love my pharmacy and the staff!
Kevin completed his undergraduate courses at the University of Alabama. He graduated from Samford University McWhorter School of Pharmacy in 1998. Kevin is happily married to Leah and has two children, Delaney and Sam.
Candace completed her undergraduate studies at Auburn University, and then graduated from Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy in 2010. She is married to Chad and they have twins, Clay and Parker.
Kristi completed her undergraduate studies at Wallace State. She then graduated from Samford University in 2005. Kristi is married to Brett and they have two daughters, Kalli and Kara.