Lunettes Opticians in Lincolnshire celebrates its 25th year business birthday and thanks the local community for supporting them for over two decades.
We are proud that Lunettes has developed in to a market-leading optician in a time when trading is increasingly challenging against large national companies. Our success has been down to providing a high quality, personalised service for all our patients and the hard work and dedication of our staff’ said managing director Tushar Majithia.
Lunettes Opticians was first established in Sleaford in 1992 by Tushar, who later opened practices in Grantham in 1997 and Ruskington in 2012. All three practices provide NHS and private eye tests, colour vision testing, contact lenses and are specialists in low vision treatment.
Tushar, who lives with his wife and two children in Nottingham, celebrated with staff and customers during an open day at the Southgate practice on Saturday July 29 where they enjoyed a specially designed cake and champagne.
“I would personally like to thank our customers and the community for supporting us for all this time,” said Tushar.
“When we first established the business, we aimed to provide the best optical service for people living in the area. After 25 years we are still successfully doing that and have expanded with practices in Grantham and Ruskington.
We are still passionate about what we do and it’s not simply about providing a good service. Our customers have become our friends and it was great to celebrate our business milestone with them.”
In addition to the local communities it serves, Lunettes supports various charities including Vision Aid Overseas. They help by collecting old and unwanted glasses within local schools and the practices. The glasses collected are then used to provide vital eye care for under-privileged communities. Lunettes will be carrying out this recycling campaign again in schools during World Sight Day this October.
Tushar sits on the Council at the Association of Optometrists and has also supported numerous organisations throughout his 27 years working within the profession, including his involvement with the Macular Society. He was also previously vice-chair of the National Eye Health Week and continues to serve on the steering group for the campaign.
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