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Stanton Optical Eyeglass Store Opening in the New Market of El Paso, Texas

Florida based optical store expanding their reach with the launch of their 3rd store in Texas.

EL PASO, Texas, Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A new Stanton Optical store is scheduled to open on Monday, January 20th off of I-10 in El Paso, Texas. This site joins the optical store's other Texas locations in Lubbock and Corpus Christi.


Stanton Optical
8889 Gateway W Blvd, Suite 1010
El Paso, TX 79925
(915) 201-1090

The new site offers a full optical laboratory on site for the quality fulfillment of all customer orders. The El Paso store is the third Stanton Optical site to open in Texas - the optical chain already has stores in Corpus Christi and Lubbock.

Each Stanton Optical site has 3,000 styles of men's eyeglass frames, women's glasses, and kid's eyeglasses in-stock, waiting to be made into custom prescription glasses.  Stanton Optical stores in Texas are open Monday through Saturday from 9 am until 7 pm. The extended store hours allow customers to shop for prescription eyewear almost any day of the week.

Eye exam appointments with an eye doctor can be scheduled by calling 877-518-5788. Stanton Optical has independent doctors of optometry or eye doctors working for T. Campen at each site.

Customer Care at Stanton Optical

Customer satisfaction is guaranteed on all eye wear purchases. If for any reason a customer is not completely happy with their eyeglasses, they may return them within 30-days and Stanton Optical will gladly exchange them for another pair.

Read a recent review from a satisfied Stanton Optical customer: "I had an AWESOME experience at your location on Thursday. From being greeted as I walked, to the eye exam. The eyeglass selection was made very easy with helpful input. When picking up my eyeglasses, again I was treated with respect even though these folks had worked all day and were closing shop for the day. I will recommend your location to anyone I know who is looking for new eye wear. Please keep up the AWESOME customer service and thank you for all you did for me."

About Stanton Optical

Please contact the store's corporate headquarters in Palm Springs, Florida to verify all store opening dates. Stanton Optical, headquartered in Palm Springs, Florida, has close to 40 stores throughout the United States. 2014 expansion plans are on track to open additional optical stores throughout the USA including the new markets of Alaska, Colorado and New Mexico.

Stanton Optical encourages their employees to get involved in activities throughout the local community. The company is especially proud of their national and local community involvement with their support of non-profit charity groups and humanitarian organizations. Recent corporate giving efforts include monetary and product donations to National Down Syndrome Society, Lions Club Recycle for Sight, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Victory Christian School.

Stanton Optical Corporate Headquarters
3801 S. Congress Ave.
Palm Springs, FL 33461
[email protected]

Media Contact: Lynn Smythe, Stanton Optical, 561-459-3263, [email protected]

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