For almost four decades, our family-owned business has grown and diversified to provide a family of medical services. Through quality products and accessible professional services, we are committed to providing timely, consistent and comprehensive pharmacy care.
1980: Richard Reeves and Ron Powell opened "Reeves-Powell" Saveway Drug Store in a small trailer on Memorial Blvd in Murfreesboro, TN.
1981: Reeves-Powell move into strip mall on Memorial Blvd.
1987: Reeves-Powell establishes a relationship with The University of Tennessee. (Student Preceptor's Program)
1989: Reeves-Powell move into 5,000 sq. ft. building at 1801 Memorial Blvd. Adds an old-fashioned Soda Shoppe to the store to add charm and notoriety.
1990: Reeves-Powell opens up a Compounding Center.
1993: After finding some success selling medical equipment in retail store, Richard Reeves opens free standing building to house Reeves Medical Equipment and Supplies.
1993: Tennessee Vets Home calls Reeves-Powell and asks if business is equipped to provide medications to nursing homes. Hence, the birth of Long Term Care Associates, later to be called, Reeves-Sain Extended Care.
1994: After substantial growth in the home medical equipment and respiratory business, Reeves-Sain Infusion Services opens.
1994: Reeves Medical opens Mastectomy Services to accent growing home care business.
1995: Shane Reeves and Rick Sain buy a majority share of the business from Richard Reeves and Ron Powell.
1996: Reeves-Sain Health Management Associates opens to manage clinical programs and support residency and student programs.
1997: Reeves-Sain Drug Store opens on South Church St.
1997: Reeves-Sain Extended Care introduces automation to its Extended Care business.
1997: Reeves-Sain receives University of Tennessee's Preceptor of the Year award for outstanding commitment to student education.
1999: Reeves-Sain opens pharmacy in Murfreesboro Medical Clinic.
1999: Reeves-Sain forms holding company.
2000: Reeves-Sain receives Tennessee's Most Innovative Pharmacy award from the Tennessee Pharmacist's Association.
2001: Reeves-Sain website established.
2002: Reeves-Sain begins Diabetic Mail Order business in Medical Division.
2003: Reeves-Sain Drug Store on Church Street sells to Eckerd. (Proceeds of this money used to retire debt and invest in other growth opportunities.)
2004: Reeves-Sain unveils new logo and mission statement.
2005: Reeves-Sain launches new website.
2005: Reeves-Sain launches new multi dose packaging for the retail market called MediPACK™.
2006: Reeves-Sain builds Habitat for Humanity house.
2008: Reeves Sain wins 2008 Nashville Business Journal's Rutherford County Impact Award for Innovation.
2009: Reeves Sain and MediPACK featured in National Caregiver Conferences in Nashville and Florida.
2010: Reeves Sain celebrates its 30th Anniversary with "Live Well, Be Well," a program reaffirming Reeves-Sain's commitment to helping customers feel their best.
2010: Official Ribbon Cutting for Reeves-Sain Extended Care/MediPACK
2012: Reeves-Sain received acknowledgement in 'America's Pharmacist Magazine'.
2013: Shane Reeves, co-owner of Reeves-Sain, named a 'Health Care Hero' by the Nashville Business Journal.
2014: Reeves-Sain pharmacist Cindy Smith, Pharm.D., was invited to present to the National Vaccine Advisory Committee.
2014: Reeves-Sain won the Ruthies Award for 'Best Pharmacy' for the seventh-consecutive year.
2015: Reeves-Sain celebrates its 35th Anniversary.
2015: Reeves-Sain is acquired by Fred's, a leading rural retail pharmacy organization. Despite this purchase, Reeves-Sain will continue to serve in its longstanding role as a community pharmacy led by co-founder Rick Sain.