We hope everyone had a great first week back at school.
It’s been a long month of getting kids set up to go back to school. Backpacks, supplies and about 200% more pencils than you need, because let’s be honest, you’re going to lose them.
You’ve got new clothes, you’ve got the hair, and you’ve got some new kicks.
All you need to round it out and get some new SPEX.
SPEX by Ryan has a variety of stylish and fun frames for kids. These frames are durable and affordable. That means they’re made specifically with kids in mind.
We like to remind everyone that most insurance packages roll over at the end of the calendar year.
If you’ve been holding off on a checkup or eyewear for you or your child, this is a great time to set up appointments and get a new pair of frames or two!
One thing that parents often miss is that children under 18 are covered for one eye exam a year through the government.
It’s important to get your kid’s eyes checked as often as possible. Great vision is essential to learning and growth.
Not sure about your insurance coverage or benefits? Check in with your insurance provider or call and chat with us. We may not be able to provide all the answers but we’ll do our best to help.
How else can we help out? We’ve got special pricing on all of our children’s frames for the rest of September!
Here’s to a safe and awesome school year!
Matthew Barton of Rebellion Brewing Co.
Duration - 25 MIN
Welcome back to Shady Business- The SPEX By Ryan Podcast. In this episode, we chat with Matthew Barton of Rebellion Brewing Company. We discuss the nuances of craft beer and the similarities of that and the craft eyewear that SPEX provides.Go Listen
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