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The new pharmacy will employ five or six people, including a delivery driver.
Jeff Bartone, president of Hock’s Pharmacy, said in a statement that the business has services like Hock’s MultiPack, Hock’s RxSync, and free prescription delivery.
He said the company currently does not have any other plans to expand.
“However, we are always looking for opportunities to serve great communities around the area,” he said.
Tim Echemann, of Industrial Property Brokers, who brokered the real estate sale, said the building was previously used by an independent pharmacy.
Miami County property records show the building sold for $375,000.
“We are very pleased that Hock’s Pharmacy has acquired the building and is going to continue operating a retail pharmacy at the property,” stated Piqua City Manager Gary Huff.