Boost Oxygen is now available at 200 Walgreens locations

Boost Oxygen, the worldwide leader in portable supplemental Oxygen canisters, is proud to announce that Boost Oxygen is now available at 200 Walgreens Pharmacy locations in the western United States.

Customers can now purchase Boost Oxygen at select Walgreens locations in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Boost Oxygen’s launch into Walgreens continues strong global retail growth for the company.

Boost Oxygen provides portable, convenient and affordable 95% Pure Oxygen canisters for all-natural respiratory support. No prescription is needed. Boost Oxygen is used by athletes for recovery and performance, individuals experiencing mild shortness of breath, people at high-altitude regions where there is less Oxygen, and others dealing with poor air quality.

“What we’ve seen in 2020 is an increased awareness and education regarding the benefits of pure supplemental Oxygen,” said Boost Oxygen CEO Rob Neuner. “We are proud to partner with Walgreens Pharmacy, who similarly place the utmost importance on trust with their customers. Since 2007, Boost Oxygen has been the most trusted source for people visiting higher altitudes, experiencing poor air quality, or just wanting a boost of Oxygen for so many other purposes.”

To find a Walgreens in your area that carries Boost Oxygen, visit the Store Locator at our website BoostOxygen.com.

Check back as more Walgreens locations will be added in the coming weeks.

Founded in 2007, Boost Oxygen has been the pioneer in developing 95% Pure Oxygen in portable and affordable canisters. Boost Oxygen was featured during season 11 of the hit ABC show “Shark Tank”, partnering with Mr. Wonderful Kevin O’Leary.  To learn more about Boost Oxygen visit BoostOxygen.com or follow us on social media on Twitter @BoostO2 , Facebook at @BoostOxygenUSA , Instagram @boostoxygen or on LinkedIn and YouTube.

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Written by Bill Banks