Specsavers in Kirkintilloch has unveiled its new-look store following a six-figure sum investment.
The programme of improvements to revamp the local opticians began in May and was completed on 13 June. The store revealed the make-over, which included a new test room, to customers with a launch party.
Special guest, local MSP Fiona McLeod, joined the celebrations to cut the ribbon to official reopen the store and a face painter was also on hand to entertain young visitors.
Capacity for 100 extra eye tests
Neil Drain, director of Specsavers in Kirkintilloch, says: ‘We are absolutely over the moon with the superb new look of the store. We now have the capacity to carry out an additional 100 eye tests per week with our new test room.
‘I’d like to thank all our customers for being very patient during the refurbishment process.
‘It was a great honour to have our local MSP cut the ribbon, especially considering Fiona has previously raised debates in the Scottish Parliament recognising the value of community optometry. It’s fantastic to have her support.’
The facelift also included changes to the layout of the store, improving the customer experience with a modern and fresh environment.