GVS proudly joined the community to celebrate Labor Day, marching with our union brothers and sisters in the NYC Labor Day parade! This continues a tradition dating back to the founding of the company in the 1950s, when we honored workers with our very own Labor Day float. This year we showed our support
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Vision is an essential part of life and work. In fact, we use our sight so frequently that we can sometimes take it for granted. But as much as our eyes help us in our everyday lives, their most valuable role could be in safeguarding our health. Vision care is an affordable and effective
When GVS partnered with RestoringVision earlier this year, our goal was to bring clear vision to as many people as possible. As a part of our “See Well, Do Good” program, we recently traveled to Guatemala, bringing with us nearly 100,000 pairs of glasses for distribution, and hope for one of the world’s greatest health
GVS CEO Myles Lewis recently sat down with Bill Holfeld, host of the Blue Collar Buzz radio show, to talk about RestoringVision, their work with New York’s unions, and also Lewis’ background in the business. Bill Holfeld: I understand that GVS has just rolled out a new program called RestoringVision. Why don’t you tell
We believe that eyewear doesn’t have to just be for seeing the world around you: it can be a fashion statement, or a you statement. It can be just as important to your look as your shoes, your bag, or your hairstyle. Here in the GVS Trend Report, you’ll find a wide array of current styles and fashions for your eyes, and all sorts of ways to accessorize. Contact your GVS Account Executive today to receive a copy.
General Vision Services (GVS) is proud to announce a partnership with RestoringVision in an effort to bring clear vision to people worldwide.
May 23, 2016 By Peter Murdoch New York, NY – Hearing loss is no longer just your grandfather’s problem. Studies indicate that over the next 10 to 15 years, nearly one-third of the general population will actually be hearing impaired. Already, those below retirement age represent the majority of people suffering at least some degree of
It’s break time at MTA bus depots, train yards, overhaul shops, maintenance facilities and warehouses throughout the city, but the most hotly anticipated vehicle rolling up to the worksite probably isn’t the local food truck — it’s General Vision Service’s Mobile Eye Care Center. Outfitted with advanced diagnostic testing, as well as access to hundreds