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Ray-Ban Puts a Stop to Rand Paul’s Wayfarer Promotion

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Candidate was putting his own name on their brand.

Following a complaint from Ray-Ban, ophthalmologist and current presidential candidate Rand Paul has stopped selling Rand-branded Wayfarers. The existence of the Rand glasses came as a surprise to Ray-Ban, which learned of them from a segment on CBS News. “When we learned that the Rand Paul campaign was selling Ray-Ban sunglasses imprinted with the ‘Rand’ logo without our consent, we sent them a formal request to remove the product from their site, which they did promptly,” Jane Lehman, spokesperson for Ray-Ban public parent company Luxottica, told CBS News in a statement.

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