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Indiana’s Largest Optical Retailer Forges Exclusive Partnership with Rising Philanthropic Eyewear Brand

Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

Ossip Optometry today announced that it is the exclusive retailer in Indiana of 141 Eyewear, a growing philanthropic eyewear brand that donates a pair of frames for every pair sold. The donated frames go to clinics that provide eye exams and custom-made prescription eyeglasses to children in need around the United States.

Since opening its first store in Broad Ripple in 1952, Ossip Optometry has grown to more than 19 locations statewide. The company has grown on a reputation for expert service, cutting-edge technology, a creative inventory of frame styles, and its commitment to the community. Ossip Optometry’s Day of Giving provides free eye exams and eye care to people without affordable access to such services. Carrying 141 Eyewear offers Ossip Optometry the opportunity to build on this philanthropic effort while offering new design choices for its customers, particularly children.

“We’re thrilled with the quality and the design. The fun colors and on-trend design for kids’ frames have their own personality and intelligence,” said Catherine Skelton, Ossip Optometry’s Director of Product, Merchandising and Services. “Our customers respond well to pure optical brands, and 141 Eyewear’s mission to help a kid with every purchase resonated strongly with our own.”

“We’re ecstatic that Ossip Optometry has joined the 141 Eyewear family,” said 141 Eyewear co-founder Kyle Yamaguchi. “The success of our mission hinges on dedicated retailers who believe in the promise of the brand and will help spread the word, one customer and patient at a time. Ossip Optometry’s reputation and success gives us great confidence that we’re going to help a lot of kids see, learn and live better.”

About Ossip Optometry
Founded in 1952 in Indianapolis, Indiana at their flagship Broad Ripple location by Dr. Kenneth Ossip, Ossip Optometry is the largest private eye care practice in Indiana and one of the largest in the U.S. After his son, Dr. Gregg Ossip, joined the practice, Dr. Kenneth Ossip retired from the company in 1983. Ossip now serves its patients from more than 19 locations in Indiana, still building on its founder’s mission to provide the best service and selection possible while investing heavily in the latest eye care technology. To learn more, please visit

About 141 Eyewear
Portland, Oregon-based 141 Eyewear’s mission is to donate a pair of frames for every pair of fashion eyewear they sell. Donated frames are delivered to those in need via local clinics, where each recipient is examined and fitted with a new pair of eyeglasses made exactly to their prescription. 141 Eyewear offers high-quality, classically inspired eyewear for the discerning fashion consumer who wants to positively impact their community with their purchase. 141 Eyewear is currently available exclusively via retail locations in 23 states in the US, Canada, and Germany. To find out more about 141 Eyewear’s timeless designs and fresh look at philanthrocapitalism, please visit


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