GEORGE BUSINESS NEWS - Execuspecs Garden Route Mall is now open! Optometrist Jennalee Sergel and her professional team are keen to give you the best professional service. "We specialise in advanced eye care and we fashion forward eyewear," says Sergel, who has been working in George since 2007.
"Our Winter Promotion has started. When you have your eyes examined and order a pair of Baker spectacles with a Blue Control Anti-Reflection Coating, you will receive a free pair of prescription Baker spectacles."
Execuspecs is currently offering a wonderful iCare programme for children that empowers clients to help children in need of optical care. When you purchase an eye test and have spectacles made from their exclusive Baker range, you automatically donate a free eye test and spectacles to a child who would otherwise have to go without. It includes a free eye test, frame and clear lenses for children aged 6 to 12 years. "This will dramatically improve the life of that child," says Sergel.
Execuspecs was started in 2019 and is one of 38 bespoke optometrist stores in South Africa and Namibia. When you visit Execuspecs, you will notice that they do things a little different. "We inject style and inspiration into a typically dull experience. Our store is warm and inviting and a space everyone will enjoy!"
You will meet the rest of the team, manager Janine Breytenbach and optical assistant Jo-anne Simeon, each with more than 10 years' experience in the industry.
Execuspecs believes that sight is the most important of the five senses and therefore a regular eye exam should be at the top of your yearly 'to do' list. "With the increasing demands of digital screen work (computers, cellphones and tablets), it has never been more important to have your eyes tested," says Sergel.
"Our newest testing equipment promotes a very safe, comprehensive eye examination."
- Phone: 044 887 0189
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Address: Shop 24, Garden Route Mall, George
- website: www.execuspecs.co.za
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