Aug. 12, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Local Pearle Vision licensee,
, has added a second location in
. Along with her husband,
, the husband-and-wife team assumed ownership last month of a corporate-owned Pearle Vision location at 4474 Everhard Road N.W. Theresa Ayers has been with Pearle Vision, one of
largest and most trusted licensed optical brands, for more than three decades. She began her career working for the company, and after 30 years, decided to franchise her first location in
"We are excited to expand our business with the Pearle Vision family and are thrilled to open our second location in
, Canton Pearle Vision licensee. "We are committed to providing great customer service and continuing to serve as the neighborhood's trusted optical provider for all eye-care needs."
The Ayers currently own and operate two Pearle Vision locations in
and are eager to serve the community of
, since they have lived in
for the past 20 years. The Ayers are active members in the community and serve the YMCA, Chamber of Commerce in
and the Jackson High School gymnastics program.
"For more than 50 years, Pearle Vision has been committed to providing genuine eye care to patients through our doctor-centric business model," said
, senior vice president and general manager, Pearle Vision. "It is great to see
Theresa and Ronald Ayers
expand their business, and we know that with Theresa's extensive Pearle Vision experience, they will continue to deliver first-class eye care to all patients in
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
, the company offers best-in-class eye care provided by neighborhood doctors who are skilled optometrists, a principle created by Dr.
"Pearle Vision is proud to offer optometrists a proven network of support, which allows them to focus on what they are really passionate about – delivering quality eye care to their patients," said Kumar.