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YellowPages Launches Pharmacy Directory Specifically for the Pharmacy Field with
Nov 26, 2007 (06:11 AM EST)

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- YellowPages Corporation, operator of popular online YellowPages sites and telephone books including travel website aggregator and popular search engine, today announced it has launched an online directory specifically for the pharmacy field with covering pharmacists nationwide.

The YellowPages Corporation, known for providing quality business directories for nearly 100 years, has now officially launched for the pharmacy field. The company intends to meet the demand for category specific local search. Users are easily able to find local pharmacists in their area quickly and conveniently.

Pharmacists interested in listing their business with can do so by contacting the company directly at 1-866-YELLOW-1.

YellowPages Corporation and several of its subsidiaries, such as and, have recently announced that they will donate 15% of their net proceeds to multiple charitable organizations such as the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society and other non-profit organizations. Consumers that use any online YellowPages properties will be indirectly donating to these charities. The company urges users to use its online properties and help these charitable organizations benefit society.

According to Matt Richards the company spokesperson, "Our overall revenues are high while our overhead remains fairly low. Our company and our larger sister company can afford to donate some of the profits to benefit good causes. We can comfortably give away 15-20% of our profits while still remaining very profitable for our shareholders. Major corporations need to take the lead in times of lower economic growth and slowdown; the YellowPages being one of the most respected is no different."

About YellowPages Corporation

Provider of online and telephone book directories across 50 states. The company has multiple subsidiaries such as,, and, a tool that enables users to enter their travel and flight information once and have the results pages of the major travel sites placed on one screen. places the top search engines such as Google and Yahoo! and major travel sites such as Expedia and Orbitz, side by side on one screen. which is a suite of services such as YellowPages and Dictionary over AOL and MSN instant messenger using the screen names "FreeYellowPages" and "MyDictionary."

CONTACT: Steven Dillon of Internet Times, +1-866-848-3392, for YellowPagesCorporation