The local Specsavers store has partnered with Hull City to help boost awareness for children’s eye care.
The team are giving customers who book their child in for an eye appointment the opportunity to win tickets through a raffle before each home game throughout the season.
Hull City kick-off their season this weekend, with their first home match against Reading scheduled for Saturday 10th August. The winning names will be drawn from the raffle in-store on Thursday 8th August and a couple of days before each game over the season.
David Proudfoot, Store Director at Specsavers Kingswood Retail Park Hull, comments:
“We’re delighted to have partnered with Hull City Football Club this year to support and encourage children to have their eyes tested regularly.”
“Most very young children have their eyesight assessed as part of their routine developmental checks, but these aren’t as thorough as a complete eye test by a qualified optician. We recommend that your child has their eyes tested from an early age to detect any visual problems. Conditions such as squint and amblyopia (lazy eye) can be treated more effectively if they are picked up earlier.”
Regional Relationship Manager, Malcolm Norman says:
“I’m sure a number of our customers are Hull City supporters and will be excited by this addition to our offer. Hopefully, we’ll see plenty of fans getting on board and booking their children in for an eye examination with us. We’d like to thank Hull City for the partnership and wish them all the best for the upcoming season.”
For more information or to book an appointment at Specsavers Kingswood Retail Park Hull please visit 10b Kingswood Retail Park, Hull, HU7 3DA, call 01482 453642 or visit www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/althorp
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