The Great Christmas Eyeglass Giveaway Program By TryGlassesForFree.com

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TryGlassesForFree.com announces a Christmas Eyeglass Giveaway Program. This innovative website, which allows users to select up to four pairs of eyeglasses to be sent to their home or office to evaluate for free, is giving away four pairs of eyeglasses, between now and the end of the year.

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Consumers have really embraced our Try Before You Buy Program this year. They love being able to have frames sent to their home for evaluation, at no cost, and to be able to get the opinion of their friends and family.

As a way of saying 'thank you' to consumers for such a great year, TryGlassesForFree.com is giving away a pair of glasses to four lucky winners, valued at up to $250 each. The eyeglass giveaway program is being managed on the company's Facebook site and is open to anyone over the age of 18. Simply go to Facebook.com/TryGlassesForFree to enter the sweepstakes. One winner will be drawn at random from the contest entrants every two weeks (beginning November 22). So the sooner a person enters, the more chances they have to win. Additionally, if a person invites one of their Facebook friends to join the free eyeglass drawing, they will get an additional entry, thereby doubling their chance to win. Winners will be posted on the Try Glasses For Free Facebook page and on the website at TryGlassesForFree.com.

Joyce Main, the company's Vice President, said "Consumers have really embraced our Try Before You Buy Program this year. They love being able to have frames sent to their home for evaluation, at no cost, and to be able to get the opinion of their friends and family." Main adds, "This is truly the new way to buy eyeglasses, and this is our way of saying thank you to the eyeglass buying public."

TryGlassesForFree.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of Web Vision Centers, Inc. The sweepstakes winners will also be posted on the company's website at WebVisionCenters.com and on Random.org

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