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Essilor of America Sponsors Sweepstakes




Essilor of America is giving eyecare professionals a chance to win exciting prizes, including an Alaskan sightseeing adventure and a variety of monthly and weekly giveaways, through the “Change Your View” sweepstakes going on now through April 30, 2015.

To enter the sweepstakes, ECPs can simply register online at and complete a short training on how Transitions lenses can benefit their patients and their practice.

“We’re thrilled to offer this fun promotion to eyecare professionals across the country while at the same time educating them on the benefits of Transitions lenses,” said Howard Purcell, O.D., F.A.A.O., Dipl., and senior vice president of customer development, Essilor of America.

“This training was developed as part of Essilor’s ongoing efforts to support ECPs as they work to offer their patients the best possible vision solutions. Essilor’s continued training opportunities aim to help ECPs increase patient satisfaction and thus accelerate business growth.”

ECPs who register online and complete the training are eligible for the “Change Your View” sweepstakes grand prize which includes a sightseeing journey across Alaska from an expedition to the Spencer Glacier by train to a rafting adventure in Anchorage.

The grand prize winner will receive round-trip airfare for two to Fairbanks and Anchorage and accommodations for two nights in Fairbanks and three nights in Anchorage. The winner will also receive a digital SLR camera, five photography classes and a $500 voucher redeemable for a pair of Transitions lenses and frames.


Essilor is also giving monthly and weekly prizes to eligible ECPs. Monthly prizes include a GoPro HD HERO3 camera, Microsoft SurfaceTM 2 32GB tablet and a $250 Southwest Airlines gift card. Weekly prizes include $25 e-gift cards, a $25 Teavana e-gift cards and $25 iTunes gift cards.



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