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Kentucky Rx Card Endorsements
I am proud to have the City of Jeffersontown sponsor and make available the Kentucky Rx Card. Hundreds of our residents have received discounts on prescriptions through this valuable no-cost benefit and we are also able to provide many of our senior citizens with an affordable solution to their monthly prescription burden.
"KLC has been distributing and promoting the Ky RX Card for over two years and it has been a great public relations tool for our municipal elected officials and a wonderful cost saving program for their constituents. This is a great enterprise program for our league and I would recommend it to any organization that is searching for a win/win initiative. "
Robin Cooper, Chief Member Services Officer
Kentucky League of Cities
The Kentucky Rx Card is not funded with any State or Federal funds. This program is a testament of what can be accomplished when the public and private sectors work together on a common goal.
Senator Alice Forgy-Kerr (Kentucky)
The people of Kentucky need a program like this to help offset rising prescription drug cost. This program couldn't have come at a better time as our community continues to deal with the struggling economy.
Dr. Adewale Troutman, Executive Director
Louisville Public Health & Wellness
Councilwoman Judith Green and I are excited about bringing this program to our constituents as well as the whole Louisville Metro community. We are so pleased that the Mayor has come on board with us in this endeavor to assist those in our community with health care needs. As council women with healthcare backgrounds, we certainly understand the remedy that this program can provide for our community in these times of need.
City Councilwoman (Louisville)
This program, which provides discounts on prescriptions, is just another example of how the Kentucky League of Cities is truly helping the citizens of Kentucky.
Mayor Susan Barto (Lyndon)
We encourage all residents to take advantage of the opportunity to help offset the rising costs of prescription drugs purchased in Kentucky," said Joe Reagan, President/CEO of GLI. "The Kentucky Rx Card is open to all residents and everyone should be able to benefit from this program at some point.
Joe Reagan, President/CEO
Greater Louisville Chamber of Commerce
The Kentucky Prescription Card is free, what could be better than that? I know for a fact that the people of Kentucky can use "free," especially in these tough times.
Mayor Mike Miller, Executive Director, Kentucky River ADD
I feel this is a wonderful opportunity for our citizens, especially our folks who work so hard from paycheck to paycheck and can use a little extra benefit to cut healthcare costs.
Mayor Roddy Harrison (Williamsburgh)
Yes to this program. It's critically important to encourage our consumers to take advantage of reduced cost items especially necessities like prescriptions.
Mayor Elaine Walker, Commissioner Kentucky State Parks