New York, NY (PRWEB)
June 07, 2017
A fixture of Manhattan neighborhoods for 90 years, Cohen’s Fashion Optical is celebrating its legacy with empowerment initiatives that give back to the community. With the long-standing credibility of a family name and the principles of its founder, Jack Cohen—whose pushcart frame business on the Lower East Side advanced into the first fashion eyewear retail location in New York—Cohen’s is expressing gratitude to the city that has supported its philosophy for nearly a century.
Building upon its roots of providing sight with style, Cohen’s is committed to giving back to customers, and empowering them to do the same for their communities and beyond, in an elevated way with initiatives that will endure for years to come.
Empowering Our Customers
Cohen’s is not just selling eyewear; it is helping drive people’s lives in a positive way, and in turn empowering them to pay it forward. Whether it’s providing free eyeglasses to people who need them in communities near and far, giving free eye exams for kids, or donating to hospitals in neighborhoods, social responsibility is a part of the company culture.
In 2017, Cohen’s is encouraging customers to participate in vision for the greater good. This year, customers will be able to touch people’s lives just by purchasing eyewear and receiving an eye exam, thanks to recent partnerships with:
iHeartRadio—Spreading cheer with gifts and glasses for children through the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
- RestoringVision—An international mission to distribute glasses to communities in need, giving them new opportunities in life. View our latest mission here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhalMQVh6JM
- AmeriCares—Donating eyewear to…