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(Painters Tom Plonka (left) and Dao Dinh paint the CVS sign on the Wall / CVS Photo)

In preparation for the home opening game, the CVS/pharmacy logo was added to the "Green Monster" at Fenway Park as part of a major partnership deal making CVS the official pharmacy of the Boston Red Sox. The partnership includes a CVS/pharmacy sign on the Green Monster, the naming of the alcohol-free "CVS Family Section" in Sections 32 and 33, the "Winning Inning" awarding a $25 gift card to everyone in the CVS Family Section every time a Red Sox batter hits the CVS sign, and donations to Children's Hospital Boston's functional mobility clinic for every save the Red Sox bullpen records during extra innings.


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