Specsavers Newlands has unveiled its brand new look following a significant refurbishment investment.
The store recently celebrated the occasion with customers and store staff with a slice of cake. The team also received a special visit from local Scottish FA referee, Steven McLean, to help officially re-open the store.
The new store now has an extra test room with state-of-the-art equipment, a sound reduced audiology room with the latest audiology technology, and a host of cutting-edge clinical equipment for eye examinations throughout the store. As a result of the six figure investment the store has also hired three new members of staff.
A word from our store director
Ruth Lalor, director at Specsavers Newlands, said: ‘We are so excited to unveil our brand new store with new state-of-the-art equipment and additional test room. We would like to thank Steven for coming along to help us officially re-open, and to everyone who popped by to help us celebrate.
‘The store is now more accessible, we can showcase more frame styles and collections and we are delighted to offer a third more appointments per week to customers. As a result of our extra test room, customers can now also enjoy earlier availability of appointments.
‘We were thrilled to showcase all our enhanced services to the local community at our launch event and look forward to welcoming our existing and new customers into store.’