Several new experience areas will also be a part of the activities behind the 18th green, including the "Competitive Advantage" area developed by Nike, Transitions and Vision Service Plan (VSP), where attendees will have the opportunity to learn how vision impacts athletic performance, how general fitness impacts their golf swing, and how the latest eyewear technology innovations can help them perform -- and look -- their best. Additionally, the "LensCrafters Kids Zone" will be a great place for families with children to experience fun and exciting entertainment and games.
"As you can see, healthy sight is the cornerstone of our entire week, and we will continue to activate our sponsorship well beyond this event," said Brett Craig, president, Transitions Optical. "Along with our healthy sight ambassadors -- Kenny Perry and Trevor Immelman -- The Copperheads, Innisbrook and our optical industry partners, we are committed to educating people locally and around the world about the proper steps they can take to promote lifelong healthy sight and healthier ways of living."
It's never too early or too late to learn about the critical role vision plays in everyday life, which is why Transitions has expanded the Youth Wellness activities at this year's Transitions Championship to accommodate nearly 1,500 elementary and middle school students from the Tampa Bay area who will receive free eye screenings, watch the Pro-Am competitions and participate in a number of activities, including golf clinics.
The Transitions Championship will benefit ov
|SOURCE Transitions Optical|
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