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Eyemart Express Reopens 72 Stores

It plans to open all 218 locations by early June.

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DALLAS — Eyemart Express resumed operations to serve essential eyecare needs at 72 of its stores on May 4.

“We are pleased to begin moving forward with a continued focus on safety,” said Michael Bender, Eyemart Express CEO. “We are ready to return to serving local communities by helping people see clearly. We recognize our same-day glasses and accessible price points are even more important for our customers to maintain their vision at this time.”

The company plans to open all 218 stores by early June. In the meantime, it will continue monitoring recommendations from the CDC and medical experts and will open additional locations “as soon as it is safe to do so,” according to a press release.

Eyemart Express said its decision to open “was informed by guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), medical experts, and multi-level government directives.” It also “analyzed local-level COVID-19 cases and consulted with the company’s local store associates and affiliate doctors in order to keep all parties safe while providing an essential service.”

The company has also introduced enhanced safety protocols, including checking associates’ temperatures, providing protective equipment, and limiting the number of customers in stores at a time, to give peace of mind while shopping for affordable and high-quality eyewear.

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