Vision Monday VMail Weekend

September 04, 2021|


A Little Labor Day History, and Some Mystery

NEW YORK—Did you wake up this morning feeling a little more relaxed, knowing you have a three-day weekend ahead of you? Or maybe you woke up somewhere other than home, celebrating the unofficial end of summer with a trip away to the beach, the woods or to see friends and family. Depending on your job, it’s likely that you’re settling into a long weekend today—something we have history and labor unions to thank for.
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In Case you Missed It - VMail's Top Stories of the Week

CooperCompanies reports record sales in Q3, Vision Health Alliance launches first consumer awareness campaign, gross revenue remains unchanged, Jobson Tracker says, Pearle Vision intros the latest installment of the ‘Small Moments’ campaign and a new web-series and Prevent Blindness declares September as Sports Eye Safety Month all topped this week’s VMAIL news feed. Click on the headlines below to catch up on anything you might have missed.

CooperCompanies Reports Record Sales, Earnings in Q3 as All Contact Lens Segments Show Double-Digit Growth

Vision Health Alliance Launches First Consumer Awareness Campaign

Gross Revenue at ECP Locations Remains Unchanged Compared to Week of Aug. 16-22, Jobson’s Latest Practice Performance Tracker Shows

Pearle Vision Introduces ‘Maya,’ the Latest Installment in its 'Small Moments' Campaign and Debuts Social Media Web-Series

Prevent Blindness Declares September as Sports Eye Safety Month to Provide Information on Best Ways to Protect Against Eye Injuries from Sports

Insta Pick - Noteworthy Posts From the People We Follow

Editor's Pick

2nd IMPACT-HBCU Community Awareness Virtual Event, to Help Students and Families Learn About the Optometry Profession, Is Planned for Oct. 12

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. and RALEIGH, N.C.—On Tuesday, October 12, Black Eyecare Perspective will host its second annual “IMPACT HBCU- If you see it, you can be it.” The community awareness and targeted recruitment initiative is an event for families, students and educators at HBCUs (and all schools) to meet Black optometrists, learn about the diversity of the profession and how one can become a Doctor of Optometry. This event will be held virtually and is free to the public.
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VM's News Quiz

VM's News Quiz for the Week of August 29: The Vision Health Alliance Campaign, Sports Eye Injuries and 2021’s Hurricane Season

Did you follow the optical news this week? Take VM’s News Quiz to see how much you know. This week's quiz takes a look at the Vision Health Alliance campaign, sports eye injuries and 2021’s hurricane season.
Click here to take the quiz.

Tweet of the Week

We Share It

This eye-shaped statue made out of corks is a fun, quirky decoration for your home—plus, it’s recycled. You can pick it up on Etsy here. #WeShareIt

Community Voices

Pearle Vision Introduces ‘Maya,’ the Latest Installment in its 'Small Moments' Campaign and Debuts Social Media Web-Series

NEW YORK—Pearle Vision has launched the latest installment in the award-winning Small Moments campaign, a cinematic mini-movie titled “Maya,” in which a young Indian girl goes from feeling like an outsider to a more confident young woman with the help of a Pearle Vision eyecare expert. “Maya” continues Pearle Vision's strategy to showcase the “small moments” that form trusting relationships between the brand's eyecare experts and their patients.
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