LogoLenses Announces New Designs for Spring Break

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Make Spring Break Memorable With Customized Glasses from LogoLenses

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Spring has sprung and LogoLenses is pleased to present new Spring Break designs in their online catalog. The sun is finally starting to shine after a long winter, what better way to get into the mood for spring than with a new pair of customized sunglasses?

The tradition of Spring Break now sprawls across international borders but the idea for a “spring break” started out rather innocently. According to legend, a Colgate University swim coach was worried his 1934-35 team might get out of shape during the Christmas break. A student’s father, who lived in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., suggested the team train at a big new pool in the city.

So they did. As the first Northerners to swim there, the group was warmly welcomed. Word started to spread among college students that the city was great to visit in winter and, eventually, spring. Decades of cultural upheaval later, with unruly hordes numbering in the hundreds of thousands, Spring Break has become an annual tradition complete with excessive partying and debauchery.

LogoLenses has several new designs to make Spring Break memorable. There are three frame styles available including Wayfarer, Aviator and Pixel. The lenses are completely customizable with slogans, group names or a Spring Break location. The glasses are a great keepsake for remembering all the fun that was had on Spring Break. Wayfarer style sunglasses are also available and can be customized with side arm imprinting. Names, dates and logos can added to make the imprinted glasses get noticed.

LogoLenses is the top customizable sunglass manufacturer and distributor in the U.S. Their corporate office is located in sunny Clearwater Florida, but they ship glasses to locations worldwide. They offer competitive pricing and quantity pricing discounts. LogoLenses strives to process each order as quickly as possible and almost 100% of orders leave the facility within 2 business days.

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