we wanted to make ordering glasses online much easier for the customer - regardless of whether they are for sunglasses or regular vision correction.
New Jersey (PRWEB) May 26, 2010
With summer quickly approaching, GlassesUSA.com getting ready for the summer eyewear season. The e-commerce store that specializes in selling prescription glasses has been selling prescription sunglasses since the store opened. In years' past, customers could select the frame of their choice and then select what type of sunglasses they wanted - polarized or tinted - as additions. Now, the company is making the selection easier for their customers.
GlassesUSA.com, a New Jersey-based online store, added a new section to their website for customers looking specifically for prescription sunglasses. While customers can still specialize their glasses, this new section will make ordering sunglasses for vision correction needs much easier. Customers searching for prescription sunglasses will be able to click on the designated section as a side-step for ordering tinted sunglasses. Polarized lenses will only be available by selecting the eyeglass frame and adding polarization on as an addition.
Jay Engelmayer, the Vice President of Business Development at GlassesUSA, stated "we wanted to make ordering glasses online much easier for the customer - regardless of whether they are for sunglasses or regular vision correction. Adding this new section to the site makes it easier for our customers to find prescription sunglasses from the get-go. Since summer is approaching, it's important that our customers protect their eyes from the sun - our sunglasses come with that protection."
In addition to easier user experiences, GlassesUSA.com stresses that their customers will receive top quality frames with high-quality lenses - at a fraction of what they'd normally pay. The company also ships their glasses world wide with free shipping options available. Each pair of glasses is tailor made to fit the customer's needs and goes through a 5-stripe quality assurance process before being shipped to the customer.