NEW YORK, July 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cohen's Fashion Optical is celebrating its legacy with empowerment initiatives
Empowering Our Customers
Cohen's is not just selling eyewear; it is helping people's lives in a positive way, and empowering them to pay it forward. Whether it's providing free eyeglasses to people who need them in communities near and far or donating to hospitals in neighborhoods, social responsibility is part of Cohen's mission. This year, Cohen's has partnered with major organizations to provide eyewear to those in need, in local communities and beyond:
"We are dedicated to giving back and making a difference," said Cohen's Fashion Optical President Bob Cohen, son of the family run company's founder. "New York's neighborhoods have supported us for nine decades now, and it is important that we preserve our loyal, local customers, while also enabling them to help others."
About Cohen's Fashion Optical
90 Years of Quality Eyecare & EyewearNinety years ago, our founder, Jack Cohen, pioneered a new philosophy in the retail eyewear business. His vision was, everyone who needed prescription eyeglasses wanted to look better, see better, and feel better about themselves. In 1927, Cohen's became the only fashion eyewear retail location to be found in New York. Cohen's Fashion Optical quickly became a New York City retail landmark. Today, with over 130 franchise stores in the US and Puerto Rico, Cohen's is one of the top 20 optical retailers in the country and one of the longest operating optical franchise companies in the country.
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