What You'll Get
Though originally invented to protect eyeballs from birds of prey that mistake them for face berries, eyeglasses had the unexpected side effect of improving one's vision. Today's Groupon continues to stylishly shield eyes from owl attacks: for $25, you get $150 toward a complete pair of eyeglasses, including frames and prescription lenses, at Drs. Hawks, Besler and Rogers, Optometrists. This Groupon is good at either location in Gardner or Overland Park. If needed, Groupon holders can also receive an eye exam for $50 (regularly $176). This Groupon cannot be used toward contact lens purchases or in conjunction with insurance.
A finalist for the Governor's Award of Excellence, the office of Drs. Hawks, Besler and Rogers is committed to providing the most precise, comfortable, and efficient vision-enhancers possible to patients. For chic sightseers, the office carries an abundance of sophisticated frames from designers such as Coach, Calvin Klein, Vera Bradley, and more. Depending on frame and lens selection, complete pairs of eyeglasses range from $200 to $600. To protect eyes from sunburn and avoid the subsequent need to rub eyes with aloe vera lotion, you can also outfit them with sunshields from designers such as Maui Jim and Oakley.
Drs. Hawks, Besler, and Rogers (as well as bonus doctor, Dr. Stoppel), are all native Kansans and veteran oculus-oglers. Their professional interests include pediatric vision and sports vision, as well as devising top-secret high-power optics such as monocles that reveal when someone is lying and opera glasses that let you see through time. Nail the "sexy librarian" look without having to recite the Dewey Decimal System in lingerie with today's Groupon to Drs. Hawks, Besler and Rogers, Optometrists.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per eyeglass pair. Exams by appointment only. Prescription lenses only. Not valid with other offers or insurance. Contact lens exam available for additional fee. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.