After a frustratingly flip-flopless trip to Las Vegas, Flip Flop Shops’ co-founder Sarah Towne teamed up with the business-savvy Todd Giatrelis to open a store dedicated to serving people in need of comfy open-toed footwear. Each of their locations boasts a wide collection of brands – including Havaianas, Volcom, Reef, and Teva – to ensure shoppers find an ideal pair.
Founded in 1954 by Dr. Rocky Stroud, Eye Care Center has expanded from a simple family practice in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, to a successful network of quality eye-care professionals and eyewear emporiums. Throughout each location, highly skilled medical professionals employ ultramodern technologies and testing procedures to ensure long-term ocular health and clear vision. They conduct eye exams, proffer eye-surgery consultations, and fit contact lenses to eyes. They can also help patients choose glasses from brands such as Gucci, Coach, Bebe, Nike, and Mr. Potato Head.
Since Dr. Stanley Pearle opened the doors to the first Pearle Vision in 1961, the franchise has expanded to more than 800 stores nationwide. In these stores, optometrists assess the ocular health of patients before onsite opticians help them navigate the assortment of frames from brands such as Versace, Ray-Ban, and DKNY. Pearle Vision also helps focus the world with contacts from Acuvue and Biofinity.
Dr. Brad Wruble recently moved from Michigan in July 2010 and he established Mountain Island Eye Associates in January 2011. Dr. Brad appreciates your interest in becoming a patient in the practice and looks forward to meeting you and your family soon.
Dr. Wesley D. Clement has been in the ophthalmology business for more than 35 years but has been focusing exclusively on laser-refractive surgeries since 2001. At Carolinas Eye Center, he draws upon this specialized expertise as he clears blurry vision with LASIK and PRK procedures. His two surgical technician sidekicks have assisted Dr. Clemente in thousands of these corrective treatments that have left just as many pairs of glasses heartbroken.
The Skin Center of North Carolina provides the guidance and steady-hand precision of medical professionals in treating the body's pore-patches and freckle-farms. The oxygen facial (a $99 value) rejuvenates jilted skin with a smorgasbord of oxygenating treatments, starting with an automated misting machine that sprays the skin with atomized moisturizers sailing atop a trade wind of pressurized oxygen. An aesthetician blends the oxygen-rich mist to target your specific skin need, whether it be anti-aging, moisture retention, acne axing, or inflammation inhibition. Epidermal fireflies will be ignited, adding a healthy glow to your skin.