San Francisco Optics Celebrates 30th Year Anniversary with HUGE Sale
The city’s most unique optical store offers black Friday prices on sunglasses and prescription eyewear.
San Francisco, California (November 20, 2009) – - The city’s most unique optical store has been servicing San Francisco locals and customers nationwide for 3 decades. In celebration of their anniversary, this San Francisco retailer will be offering up to 75% off the most fashion forward names in sunglasses and eye-wear on brands including Tom Ford, Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, Mykita and many more.
An exclusive pre-sale party will be held at San Francisco Optics on Friday, November 20, from 5-7pm. Guests will enjoy complimentary cocktails, hors d’ouerves, entertainment and trunk shows by Prada, Chanel, Persol and Ray-Ban previewing their 2010 lines. SF Optics will showcase a special tribute featuring some of the best (and worst) sunglass looks from over the years.
This event lands right before black Friday in time for shoppers to find eyewear for themselves or the best holiday gifts for friends and family.
To attend the sale, simply visit 2248 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, Ca 94123 (At the corner of Avila and Chestnut) between November 20 and December 3. If you have questions about anything eyewear related, call 415.922.7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About San Francisco Optics on Chestnut:
San Francisco Optics on Chestnut (SF Optics) offers a wide selection of reasonably priced luxury frames such as Robert Marc, Alain Mikli, Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, Tom Ford, Lunor, Gold & Wood, Chanel, Orgreen, Kazuo Kawasaki, Mykita, Bevel Spectacles, 2.5 Eyephorics, Swiss Flex, Gucci, Prada, Ray-Ban, Persol, and more. Unlike many opticals and optometry offices, SF Optics has an in-house lab, cutting the finest lenses, including the eco-friendly Essilor Airwear polycarbonate lenses, and providing the best customer service for the last thirty years. Both their sunglasses and eyewear are available with prescription lenses.
Stephanie Alexander Media