Eye wear event promotes fashion and health
on Tuesday,September 14,2010 22:09
Those who love fashion may be interested in the design of eye wear. These accessories come in thousands of styles, shapes and colors to fit every face. In an effort to celebrate the design of glasses and to promote awareness of eye health, Vision Source at Dynamic Eye Care is hosting its Fall Fashion Eyewear Event.
The affair will showcase the latest designs in frames and sunglasses for both adults and children. Brands such as Coach, Flexon, ProDesign Denmark, X-Games and Disney Princess will be on display. Consultants from each brand will be available to offer complimentary consultations on fit and style selection.
"This event was designed to be a fun shopping experience as well as a convenient time for parents to bring their children in for an annual eye exam," said Dr Tran from Vision Source. "Most people don't come into the office until something is wrong, and eye conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and glaucoma can go undetected."
Attendees who purchase frames from Disney Princess, X-Games, Flexon Kids or Marchon will receive a special gift.
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