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CVS was originally founded in Lowell, Massachusetts in 1963 and today, it is based in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. CVS is an acronym which stands for "Customer, Value, and Service." CVS now no longer builds stores without pharmacies, and many of the "CVS" stores (stores without pharmacies) have been phased out.

This BAT was originally created by Bobbo662 (aka B62). Unfortunately, due to real life circumstances, he was unable to finish the lot. He graciously handed his work over to me to finish and subsequently upload for yall.

For comments/feedback/critique/praise visit my lot thread or drop me a pm. I'd be happy to help. Also, visit the website for full sized images.


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Stats:
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5x4 Plop CS$$, 5x4 Grow CS$$
     91 CS$$ Jobs, 353 CS$ Jobs
     Growth stage : 1
     Plop Cost : $7500
     Bulldoze Cost : $750
     Power Consumed : 10
     Water Consumed : 6
     Garbage Pollution : 16 over 2 tiles
     Flamability : 60


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Dependencies:
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SuperSHK MEGA Parking Textures
LBT Mega Prop Pack vol.01
BSC Textures Vol 01

Completely optional but (as always) highly recommended for aesthetic value:
Jim CarProp Pack 1.2

 

And above all... have fun!

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What's New 03


Released

Totally new lot and exemplars. Please redownload and run the provided Cleanitol file.

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RRetail

  

This is just plain perfection!

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raynev1

  

Great stuff , gotta have it . :thumb:

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BIWDC

  

Excellent ^_^

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Ceafus 88

  

Nice work! :)

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philforhockey51

  


Good Job Nos, looks good and works well

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80sreject

  

thanx for all the remasters

 

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maddux0817

  

Outstanding work as always!  Keep it up! :thumb:

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sejr99999

  

thank you for continuing to complete & release these beautiful buildings

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tonyr

  


Well done, my friend! :thumb:

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