SmartBuyGlasses to Offer Free Eyeglass Frames for World Sight Day

New York, NY, 2017-Oct-10 — /EPR Network/ — With World Sight Day arriving on October 12, SmartBuyGlasses.com brings every American, kids and adults alike, the perfect reason to buy a shiny new pair of glasses. In order to make vision more accessible, this leading online eyewear retailer will offer over 350 eyeglass frame models with prices starting from $0.

World Sight Day started 16 years ago to draw attention to the problems surrounding blindness and vision impairment, and this year’s theme is “Make Vision Count”. In coordination with IAPB and the World Health Organization (WHO), World Sight Day has been integrated into VISION 2020.

“By offering free frames, we are not just offering our customers the best possible deal, but we are also making better vision more accessible to people. This is what World Sight Day is all about. We hope that more people can see the world more clearly” – Said David Menning, co-Founder of Motion Global group, the parent company of SmartBuyGlasses.com.

The promotion is available on the premium items from the SBG Collection catalog, with a large variety of shapes and materials, including sought-after rimless and semi-rimless eyeglasses.

The campaign will run for 8 days, starting on October 12. As part of the event, customers can get a new pair of eyeglasses with frames free of charge and lenses starting from $39.

Deal information:
– Over 350 frame models starting at $0
– Lenses starting from $39, including free essential coatings (scratch resistant, anti-reflective, and UV 400 protection)
– Free shipping
– Free returns for 100 days – Buy now and return only after Christmas
– 2 Year warranty

This promotion ends on October 20th 2017 and can be found here: https://www.smartbuyglasses.com/designer-sunglasses/SmartBuy-Collection/.
SmartBuyGlasses has always believed in business models that create a positive impact on the visually impaired community, and this is why we choose to contribute towards spreading awareness about World Sight Day.

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