Modern Optical International Debuts Over 100 New Styles and Helps Fight Hunger at Vision Expo East

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Value eyewear leader Modern Optical International invites ECPs to help celebrate its 40th Anniversary. Join the fun at Vision Expo East with our expanded, new Booth #4953. Modern will introduce 108 new styles and help fight hunger in America, all while offering “ModMoney” up to $200.

New Releases: Modern Optical sets a new standard for the value eyewear market with its 108 new styles. Fashionable, affordable designs that align with today’s trends can be found throughout our collections. Discover vibrant colours of the season and tasteful embellishments in a broad selection of shapes and sizes. Backed by solid warranties and razor sharp pricing, value eyewear has never looked so good.

Fight Hunger in America: Modern Optical International will continue its tradeshow initiative (launched at Vision Expo West) of fighting hunger in America through support of FEED Projects, an organization committed to ending hunger. Eyecare professionals attending Vision Expo East are invited to participate in this important project that helps children and their families across America receive healthy, nutritious food. With a purchase of ten or more frames from our Modern Art, GVX, Modz Titanium and Modz Flex Collections, show attendees will receive this “FEED USA 10” tote which provides10 meals to children and their families. This is a wonderful opportunity for ECPs to support communities in need from coast to coast.

Ken Weissman, President of Modern Optical International, describes the significance of this initiative: “Hunger is a serious problem facing 49 million Americans every day. It negatively impacts people’s health, including their vision. Because so many eyecare professionals rely on our frames for their managed care programs, our eyewear can be found in communities similar to those receiving meals from FEED-sponsored programs. Our hope is that the “FEED USA 10” tote bags create an awareness of the mounting hunger problem in this country. Together, we can all make a difference.”

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