Trxade Group Inc. (NASDAQ: MEDS) to Celebrate Nasdaq Uplisting with Opening Bell on Friday

Pharmaceutical services business Trxade Group Inc. recently announced its uplisting to the Nasdaq Capital Market and will ring the exchange’s opening bell this Friday, February 28, 2020 The ringing of the opening bell will be broadcast live at 9:30 a.m. EST from the Nasdaq’s Times Square market site in New York City The company will cease trading on the OTC market and phase out its ‘TRXD’ ticker as part of the move, transitioning to new Nasdaq ticker ‘MEDS’ Trxade Group is a pioneer in building a supplier-to-pharmacy platform that helps small, independent businesses be competitive with larger chains by sourcing drugs at discount prices, building consumer confidence through transparency in operations The company’s network of pharmaceutical partners continues to expand, aiming to eventually reach most, if not all, of the nation’s 24,000 independent pharmacies

Pharmacy services B2B innovator Trxade Group Inc. (NASDAQ: MEDS) will ring the Nasdaq opening bell Friday, February 28, to celebrate the supplier-to-pharmacy business’s uplisting to the Capital Market exchange, which the company announced February 13.

As one circumstance of the move, Trxade will begin trading under the ticker MEDS and will phase out its previously existing OTC common stock symbol, ‘TRXD’. The iconic ringing of the bell represents a significant milestone for companies and an opportunity for them to celebrate their achievements in front of…

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