Wednesday, June 10, 2020 12:42 PM
“We had been open throughout COVID as an essential business. We had furloughed our entire staff (admittedly they were always a phone call away), adjusted the working hours for Dr. Stephen Rozenberg and myself so that we could man the shop, and we applied for the PPP money and government assistance. We were practically the only brick-and-mortar optical open in New York City. But on Sunday night, May 31 at 11:00 p.m. the alarm went off in our shop. The security camera links to my iPhone. I could see hordes of vandals and thieves flooding into 10/10 Optics, destroying our place. By the time we got there 20 minutes later, the looters were gone and the police were there. NYC sounded like a bad movie." Read Ruth Domber's first-person account about 10/10 Optics.