Walgreens covered over historic images of Fair Haven, VT when they converted the store from Rite-Aid.
Uncover the images or remove the images from the inside of the glass and donate them to the Fair Haven Historical Society for display elsewhere.
The images were provided to Rite-Aid in preparation of the new store opening in late 2018/early 2019. Volunteers from the historical society spent a lot of time curating the images, scanning them, and uploading them for Rite-Aid's use.
Walgreens chose to cover over the images with advertising decals made to look like window blinds. Many people have called, emailed, and complained in store to no avail. Emails to the corporate office garner a stock response with no follow up.
Since Walgreens does not have the same commitment to the community they do business in, they should remove the images from the inside of the glass and donate them to the Fair Haven Historical Society so that they can be displayed elsewhere.I'm a Fair Haven resident and business owner.