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Shofner Vision Center’s “Operation Military June” Provided Funds For Local Not-For-Profit Organizations Supporting Military And Their Families
Date:7/28/2014

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) July 28, 2014

Shofner Vision Center recently wrapped up another successful Operation Military June. Renowned LASIK and Cataract Surgeon, Dr. Stewart Shofner created “Operation Military June" to provide significant funds and public awareness for local not-for-profit organizations that help both active and retired military personnel and their families. “This was our 2nd annual summer mission and we will proudly give nearly $5,000 to a variety of local not-for-profit organizations who are essential in helping our military and their families,” says Dr. Stewart Shofner.

About Operation Military June Mission
During the month of June, Shofner Vision Center gifted $200 ($100 per eye) for each LASIK or PRK appointment booked (the patient, if deemed a good candidate for LASIK and must subsequently have the procedure anytime during 2014). The patient receives the most affordable LASIK price in Middle Tennessee and Shofner Vision makes the donation on behalf of the patient.

Our military personnel and their families have made and continue to make sacrifices on our behalf. The participating not-for-profits are selfless local organizations that make a difference in the lives of those who have served and also their families. The donations will be distributed among the following not-for-profit organizations: Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Operation Stand Down Nashville, Soldiers and Families Embraced (SAFE), EANGTN Auxiliary Soldier Airman Relief Fund (EASARF) and Special Operations Warrior Fund.

About Shofner Vision Center
Shofner Vision Center has provided quality and affordable vision care for over 20 years in Middle Tennessee. Dr. Stewart Shofner's father was a highly decorated Marine General who participated in more combat than any Marine officer in WWII. General Shofner also led one of the few successful escapes from a Japanese prisoner of war camp. Dr. Shofner has proudly received awards for his support to Lt. Col. Kevin Johnson, USAF Reserve and his dedication to those who serve in our Military and continues his efforts in supporting US Military and their families.

Doctor of Optometry from the University of Houston for Shofner Vision Center, Dr. Kevin Johnson is also active in the US Air Force Reserves. He is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force F-16 "Top Eye" program, and participated in the Air Force evaluation of PRK/LASIK for Air Force Academy Cadets and Pilots. Dr. Johnson is Board Certified and an expert in contact lens fitting and prescription glasses. Both Dr. Shofner and Dr. Johnson are extremely committed to giving back to our Servicemen and Servicewomen and their families who sacrifice so much for our country.

LASIK Services for Military
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Nashville, Shofner Vision Center offers special LASIK programs for Wounded Warriors providing free LASIK for any Serviceman or Servicewoman who has trouble with glasses or contacts because of a lost limb while in combat. Dr. Shofner also offers very affordable vision correction surgery prices for Veterans, Reservists, and Active Duty Serviceman and Servicewomen and their families. Dr. Shofner offers complimentary LASIK exams throughout the week and on Saturdays that can be scheduled online.

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Operation Military June provides significant funds and public awareness for not-for-profit organizations that help both active duty and retired military personnel and their families.

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