“I’ve been on a few flights this year, and it’s been a real hassle,” said Dan Schmaltz, who uses a Condo pharmacy in the city of Austin, Texas.
“They’re very busy.
The employees are very nice, but the prices are just insane.”
Condo pharmacies have a reputation for having poor customer service, but they also have a high turnover rate.
“It’s a good problem to have, and people have a good time doing it,” Schmalfetz said.
“I like it when people come to my place to buy drugs, and I think they’re kind of the best people in the world.”
Condos and drugstores have been growing in popularity in recent years.
But there’s a growing backlash against the practice.
In August, the National Association of Drug Stores said condominium owners were losing money on condominiums.
That was despite condominium owner benefits like a “low monthly maintenance fee” and a “good reputation.”
In November, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that condominium drugstores were legal, but that drugstores should not be allowed to charge for drugs because they “have no business” in a condominium.
That decision sparked a backlash, with many condominium residents calling for a boycott.
The city of San Francisco has recently tried to ban condominium pharmacies from opening.
“There’s a big push to make it so that it’s illegal,” said Schmals.
“You can’t sell drugs in a condo.”
So, is the condominium industry actually making money?
In 2016, CondoPharma.com reported that the industry was making $30 million in profits.
The site also noted that condos had more than 2,000 active pharmacies in the U, making it the most popular pharmacy in Canada, and the largest in the United States.
Condos are a major source of revenue for many condos.
A survey of local condo owners found that many said they had seen a 25 percent increase in their sales volume from the condo market in the last two years.
“Most people want to make money, but there’s definitely a certain percentage of people who are willing to work for less,” Schmalz said.