Our marketing analyst, Nathan, is quick with a spreadsheet and is fearless in the face of the most complex formulas. But when he's not battling data, he spends his time decorating and redecorating his house and curating a vast collection of well-designed eyewear.
Even though the royal wedding and everything Harry and Meghan do still captivate us—come July 4th, we will commemorate our 1776 break with Britain. Citizens of all ages, ethnicities, and creeds will burst at the seams with American pride. It's hard not to. "Born in the U.S.A." will be in heavy rotation, and Pinterest will be filled with the finest barbeque side dishes this side of the Mason-Dixon line.
Eyeglasses should be updated every one to two years, but many people keep glasses way past their optical prime. Often, it's the high cost of eye doctors' frames and lenses that keep people from making a switch. We aren't picking on the good doctors, but purchasing eyewear through them is roughly four times higher than you need to pay. While you ponder the possibilities of what you could do with those hundreds of dollars you could save, we'll be over here keeping prices low so everyone can get the eyewear they deserve.