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Attendees at International Vision Expo East who are looking for ?the next big thing? in eyewear and technology ? and who also would like a chance to win $500 ? are invited to stop by the show?s New Product Gallery. The New Product Gallery is designed to give attendees a first-hand look at the frames, accessories, and technologies being introduced at the show.
New York-Attendees at International Vision Expo East who are looking for “the next big thing” in eyewear and technology-and who would also like a chance to win $500-are invited to stop by the show’s New Product Gallery.
International Vision Expo and Conference begins today (March 16) and runs through Sunday, March 20, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.
The New Product Gallery, which is located in the Crystal Palace at the Javits Center, will give attendees a first-hand look at the frames, accessories, and technologies being introduced at the show. It features frames, protective eyewear, sunwear, technologies for optical practices, and international and designer trends.
Exhibitors to be featured in the New Product Gallery:
• Acuity Optical USA; Booth 2266
• Altair; Booth 2934
• Brintech/Ronit Furst Hand Painted Eyewear; Booth G380
• Cinzia; Booth G422
• Classique Eyewear; Booth 3784
• Eyenigma; Booth G242
• Fast Grind; Booth LP2136
• J.F. Rey Eyewear USA; Booth G660
• Jimmy Crystal; Booth G475
• Kliik: Denmark/Wescan Optical; Booth 3568
• Miraflex Glasses; Booth 2480
• Morel; Booth G458
• Panache Eyetique of New York; Booth 3702
• TEKA Eyewear; Booth G667
• Viva International/William Rast; Booth 3534
• Wiley X Eyewear; Booth 2363
Attendees can view entries and vote for the best new product featured in the New Product Gallery as part of the show’s Vision Choice Awards. Votes can be cast by ballot throughout the show. All those who vote will be automatically entered to win a $500 exhibit hall shopping spree. Voting ends at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 19, and the Vision Choice Award and shopping spree winner will be announced at 4 p.m.