World Sight Day

World Sight Day is today – October 13, 2016!

Crown Vision Center is committed to your eye health. Eye health is best when tackled as early as possible, even if you don’t have poor vision. We recommend scheduling your eye exams yearly, for both adults and children.

According to World Health Organization (WHO), there were an estimated 285 million visually impaired people worldwide in 2010, including 39 million of them living with blindness. Shockingly, it is estimated that 80% of the people who are visually impaired, including blind, have conditions that are treatable!1 That means there are approximately 228 million people living with treatable eye conditions worldwide. All they need is access to a comprehensive eye exam and treatment.

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Framing Your Fall Fashion

Wondering how you are going to spruce up your fall wardrobe this year? Should you stick with yellow frames or should you resort to blue? Are red eyeglasses a statement piece or a no-no this fall season? Don’t sweat it! We have tons of designer frames that will look good with almost any fall outfit!

Follow the links to find the exact frames paired with each outfit!

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Celebrate Labor Day With Our Patriotic Prices!

Every first Monday of September, we celebrate Labor Day. Why? It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country.

To show our gratitude and appreciation for those who continue to work to guarantee our country is the best, we are holding a Labor Day Clearance Sale on some of our designer frames!

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Summer Vision Fest 2016

With summer drawing to a close, we held our annual Summer Vision Fest at our Lindell, Ferguson and Loughborough locations. At these locations we held NO COST vision screenings, vision checks and eyeglasses! All ages joined us and we saw patients as young as 5 years old! We welcomed every customer with open arms and even provided snacks, water and balloon entertainment for those who were waiting to see our doctor’s.

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