Customers Inspire Optician to Create Reading Glasses Supporting Alzheimer’s Research
ReneesReaders.com introduces a line of high quality reading glasses named after her customers whose personal style and attitude towards aging has been inspirational. A portion of each sale will benefit Alzheimer’s research and support services.
NEW CITY, New York
Renee’s Readers, named after Renee Bachner, who used her over 25 years’ experience as a licensed optician and background in fashion and design to create non-prescription reading glasses providing the same high quality found in many of today’s best prescription lenses and frames at non-prescription prices.
Renee’s Readers are optical quality, made up in flattering shapes and colors and designed with attention to such comfort features as long temples with sturdy spring hinges, wide bridges, and a large lens area for easier viewing of your reading material. Each frame is completely different to suit a variety of personal styles, face shapes and skin tones.
“Renee’s Readers will give you the clearest vision you can find in non-prescription reading glasses. Each frame is constructed of premium plastics and metals and designed to deliver the top performing, up to date style that our busy lives demands.” says Renee, founder of Renee’s Readers.
Like many of her customers, she was caught between caring for her elderly parents and her family. Her parents, who are also Holocaust survivors, displayed typical Alzheimer’s symptoms of anger and paranoia, but were not associated with the disease until it was in its later stages. As a devoted daughter, her caregiver stress became more noticeable to her longtime customers, some of which were caregivers also. They shared their stories and the way in which they live their lives in spite of these challenges. This inspired her to create Renee’s Readers.
Renee’s Readers are well-designed with attention to functional details in flattering, on trend style that are of quality and great value.
For further information, please go to http://www.reneesreaders.com/
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