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L’Amy America Announces a Multi-Year Licensing Agreement with Two Blind Brothers

“Our partnership with L’Amy America rounds out our mission to be a 360 degree organization.”




(PRESS RELEASE) NORWALK, CT — L’Amy America, an optical manufacturing and distribution company headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, announces a multi-year licensing agreement with Brad and Bryan Manning, Co-Founders, Two Blind Brothers, to produce a collection of sunglasses and optical frames. Two Blind Brothers is one of the fastest growing cause driven companies in the market. The company sells mystery “shop blind” boxes full of their ultra-soft shirts, socks and other super soft products with 100% of their profits directed toward clinical researchers finding the cure for blindness. Because of the licensing agreement with L’AMY America, their mission of finding the cure for blindness is now expanded into the optical dispensary with eyewear products that enhances the ability of Two Blind Brother to generate profits and make donations to organizations that directly benefit clinical research, such as Foundation Fighting Blindness.

Brad Manning, co-founder, Two Blind Brothers, said, “Our journey began when our vision started declining as young boys and we had to visit an ophthalmology practice, our first link to the optical community. Our partnership with L’AMY brings us back to where we started — in the eye care professional’s office — as together we develop an eyewear collection that will not only align with our perfect shirt “feel the difference” concept, but benefits clinical trials and helps us raise awareness to further our cause. Researchers are on the cusp of therapies that are going to revolutionize medicine and eye disease, and they simply lack the funding to get through clinical trials. Our partnership with L’Amy America rounds out our mission to be a 360 degree organization: we now donate to the future, contract with blind and visually impaired workers and organizations, and will produce a product that gives back vision!”

Stephen Rappoport, CEO, L’Amy America says, “We started working this year with Brad and Bryan Manning and wanted to take the relationship with them to the next level as we develop a special eyewear collection. We believe Brad and Bryan’s story, with the eyewear collection’s “feel the difference” feature, will have a major impact and we hope every eye care professional will join us, Brad and Bryan, in the campaign to find the cure for blindness“

The first collection of sunglasses and optical frames for men and women is expected to launch Fall 2023 for distribution to optical retailers throughout the United States.

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