Pearle Vision, one of North America’s largest and most trusted licensed optical brands, plans to convert 10 of its neighborhood eye care centers in the Greater Detroit area from company-owned to licensees. Pearle Vision is currently seeking qualified candidates who are interested in owning and operating their very own Pearle Vision to purchase existing locations for sale in the Detroit area, including a location in Livonia. This is part of the company’s 2013 expansion plans to re-license 34 company-owned centers in 10 states.
"To date, we have re-licensed 17 neighborhood eye care centers in markets across the country, giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to own their own business,” said Srinivas Kumar, senior vice president and general manager, Pearle Vision. "Pearle Vision has a 50-year legacy of providing genuine eye care to our patients. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for qualified licensees in the metro Detroit area with a passion for their local communities to join the Pearle Vision family.”
Executives will host an informational seminar and cocktail reception on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Maggiano’s Little Italy Restaurant located at 2089 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy, Mich. Attendees will learn the benefits of joining the Pearle Vision brand and review existing restaurants available in Michigan. To register, please contact Mike Hosford at firstname.lastname@example.org or (616) 204-9742.
Pearle Vision has a significant legacy in the industry and has continued to outpace competitors by evolving to meet patients' changing needs and providing quality products and services they desire. With more than 610 centers located throughout North America, the company offers best-in-class eye care provided by neighborhood doctors who are skilled optometrists, a principle created by Dr. Stanley Pearle in 1961.
Pearle Vision is now seeking to grow its national footprint and has identified development opportunities in markets from coast-to-coast. In addition, corporate-owned locations in markets such as Ohio, Michigan and Florida also are available and have thriving operations with strong customer-bases.
To fuel its growth, the company is looking for optometrists interested in licensing opportunities. Ideal candidates for Pearle Vision ownership should possess a desire to join a trusted industry-leading brand and work within a proven system to provide exceptional eye care and superior patient service. Pearle Vision licensees can expect to pay an initial licensing fee of $30,000 and $20,000 for each subsequent eye care center.
Optometrists interested in exploring re-licensing or new development opportunities in the Greater Detroit area should contact Mike Hosford, O.D., at email@example.com or (616) 204-9742. For more information, please visit www.ownapearlevision.com.