Glasses Galore Won the Prestigious “One of the Best” in the Best of Bucks Contest

From January 23, 2017 and until midnight on March 3, 2017 Glasses Galore sought your vote for ‘The Best of Bucks 2017’ and they are excited to announce, – they won “The One of the Best of Bucks 2017.”

As you know, ‘The Best of Bucks 2017’ is a list of Bucks County Courier Times’ readers’ favorites or the “Who’s Who” and the businesses they love.

Glasses Galore is an optical services provider and eyewear retailer with three locations in Fairless Hills, Southampton, and Newtown, Pennsylvania. They asked their customers’ to recognize them as one of the best businesses in the county.

Bucks County, PA residents freely voted for their favorite nominees in the running.

One of the amazing things that separates Glasses Galore from many other Bucks County businesses is, they offer a chance for eyewear shoppers to trade in a pair of old eyeglasses for the needy, and in exchange, they will offer to deduct a $50.00 for a new pair of eyewear, per each old pair exchanged – with a minimum purchase of $100.00.

Glasses Galore offers this charitable contribution in an effort to help two individuals at once! As an optometrist service provider, Glasses Galore’s staff helps children and adults secure healthy eyes with exams, contact lenses, screenings, protective eyewear and more.

After providing over 20 years of service to Bucks County residents, Glasses Galore is thrilled to once again be recognized for their customer service and dedication to their clients.

“Having our clients recognize us means everything, especially as it helps other residents find affordable and dedicated eye care in the area,” says, Mark Miller (owner of Glasses Galore).

About Glasses Galore
“The first store was established in 1978. Glasses Galore offers three locations to best serve their patients. They are located in Fairless Hills, Southampton, and Newtown. For those who may be new to eyewear and vision problems, the store maintains a complete FAQ on many issues such as: pediatric vision and vision problems.

New patients may make an appointment at any of the store’s three locations by visiting,

Most insurance is accepted, and the retailer also accepts Flexible Spending Accounts.”

SOURCE satPRnews