Pearle Vision, one of North America’s largest and most trusted licensed optical brands, has announced plans to convert four of its neighborhood eye care centers in South Florida from company-owned to licensees.
Pearle Vision currently is seeking qualified candidates who are interested in owning and operating their very own Pearle Vision to purchase existing locations for sale in South Florida. This is part of the company’s 2013 expansion plans to relicense 34 company-owned centers in 10 states.
One of those locations is in Carter Square at N. Kendall Drives (SW 88th Street) and 137th Avenue.
“To date, we have re-licensed 17 neighborhood eye care centers in markets across the country, giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to own their own business,” said Srinivas Kumar, senior vice president and general manager, Pearle Vision. “Pearle Vision has a 50-year legacy of providing genuine eye care to our patients. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for qualified licensees in South Florida with a passion for their local communities to join the Pearle Vision family.”
Pearle Vision licensees can expect to pay an initial licensing fee of $30,000 and $20,000 for each subsequent eye care center.
Optometrists interested in exploring relicensing or new development opportunities in South Florida should contact Sherry Merriman at email@example.com or 1-630- 849-6119. For more information, visit www.ownapearlevision.com
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