Louth opticians celebrate a decade in business
The Specsavers opticians in Louth has recently celebrated a decade of serving the community by offering its longest-serving customers free eye tests, as well as a free pair of glasses.
Free glasses for loyal customers
The store on Mercer Row celebrated its tenth birthday by inviting Mr Keith Hutson and Mrs Jayne Snowden into the store for free consultations. Both have been customers at the store since it first opened in November 2004 and, as a way of thanking them both for a decade of custom, the team at the store invited them back to mark its milestone anniversary.
Expansion to continue in 2015
Specsavers in Louth has witnessed a large amount of change over the years. The store is now home to three testing rooms and boasts a 20 strong team, with plans to expand the store further in 2015 thanks to a new refit. Staff at the store pride themselves on their exceptional customer service and providing the local community with outstanding eyecare and hearcare advice.
Andrew Downes, one of the store directors at Specsavers in Louth, commented: ‘Everyone in the store is delighted to celebrate our milestone tenth birthday with the local community. We are so thankful to our loyal customers who support not only our store, but our efforts to fundraise for local charities.
‘We’ve seen many changes during our time in Louth and the team continue to work hard to provide excellent service for our customers. We pledge to continue to deliver this exceptional service and look forward to many more milestones.’