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Optometrist in Kenosha, Wisconsin

Ayers Eye Care creates lifetime patients by providing state-of-the-art eye care in a caring and compassionate manner.

Dr. Jennifer Ayers and her staff are dedicated to providing you and your family with a lifetime of compassionate, comprehensive, medically relevant vision care.  We look forward to meeting and exceeding your specific vision needs by offering the very latest in eyewear and contact lenses in a relaxed, friendly environment.

 

Multiple Pair Discount 50% Off of Any Second or Third Pair

Eye Glasses are the Best Accessory.

To show you how much we appreciate your business we would like to offer you 50% off any second or third pair of glasses.

Offer includes any multiple pair such as: Sunwear, Computer Rx, Reading Rx, or a 2nd Pair of Multifocals or Single Vision Glasses.

Offer must be used within 30 days of the original purchase.

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Ayers Eye Care, LLC

5027 Green Bay Rd, Suite 110
Kenosha, WI 53144
Phone: 262-925-9251
Fax: 262-925-9252

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