Cork celebrates relocation
Specsavers Cork recently relocated to a larger premises at 2 Opera Lane, creating three new jobs for the local community. To celebrate the opening of the new state-of-the-art optical and hearing facility, customers were invited to a day of fun and festivities.
The store kicked off the celebrations with a ribbon cutting ceremony, attended by Miss Cork 2016 Orla Clancy. Customers were then treated to light refreshments as a face painter and balloon artist entertained the little ones.
Since opening in Cork in 1991, Specsavers has expanded to a team of 40 experienced optometrists, audiologists and highly trained staff providing customers in Cork with unparalleled service and value for money.
Speaking at the event Store Director Claire Morrin said, “At Specsavers, we are committed to developing and improving our stores so that customers in Cork have access to the latest technology as well as in-store expertise from knowledgeable optometrists and audiologists and outstanding standards of customer service. We look forward to welcoming new and existing customers to our new and improved store.”
Specsavers Cork provides a professional and vital care service to the local community. The store is equipped with digital retinal photography, which allows optometrists to take a detailed photo of the back of someone’s eye to monitor eye health. The store also uses Digital Precision Care, a cutting edge way of selecting and fitting customers’ glasses using imaging software on tablet devices.
Specsavers Cork offers a comprehensive audiological service, with a clinic six days a week. The hearing clinic is overseen by highly skilled audiologist Rory Perry. All hearing tests are free and there is no requirement to book an appointment in advance.