Inbox: November-December 2015

Stephanie Crowley in her Eye Geek t-shirt
Stephanie Crowley can't get enough of her Brain Squad "Eye Geek" t-shirt. See more at


Still my fave trade magazine, from the first issue to the most recent! I rock my Eye Geek T-shirt to the point that my daughter says it is time to get a different one. (Hint hint!) Also love the “frame of the day” on the daily online updates — we have gotten quite a few styles from that before the reps bring them in, so it keeps them on their toes! Keep up the great work! Stephanie Crowley, Sie Eyecare, Charlotte, NC

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I just want you to know that this is the most progressive industry magazine out there. It “grabs” you. I love reading it as much as I love reading my Garden & Gun magazine. Sherry Berry, Pascarella Eye Care, Newtown, PA


I loved the 50 websites. I’ve kept a copy for reference. Ron Gitlan, Prism Optical, Miami, FL

I really enjoyed “Love All Serve All.” It inspired me to continue to go above and beyond for my patients. I too have many of these stories from over the years. Stacey Harlander, CNY Eye Care, East Syracuse, NY

You guys are doing great with everything. I love the way you involve ECPs, their thoughts, ideas and stories. Makes for a more personal mag. Jeff Grosekemper, Casa De Oro Eyecare, Spring Valley, CA

This article originally appeared in the November-December 2015 edition of INVISION.