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Back to School Photo Contest 2017

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Starting August 21st, we'll be selecting one lucky person every week this back to school season to win a free pair of Ray-Ban or Nike sunglasses!

To be entered in our weekly drawing, simply LIKE our Facebook page, and take a picture of yourself or your child doing something to get ready for the back to school season. Then post your photo on one of our Facebook pages, using the hashtag #ECOBackToSchool in your caption.

One entry per household per week is allowed. We will have one winner per week, chosen randomly from entries on all of our Facebook pages:

Week 1: 8/21-8/26

Week 2: 8/27-9/2

Week 3: 9/3-9/9

Week 4: 9/10-9/15

Rules and Eligibility:

Promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. Open to U.S. residents only. All eligible entries received during the submission period will be gathered into a database at the end of the submission period. Only one entry per household per week is allowed. A winner will be chosen at random. The winners will be announced within three business days of the end of the submission period. Winners will be notified via Facebook. Each entrant is responsible for monitoring his or her account for prize notification and other messages related to this contest. EYEcenter Optometric shall have no liability for winners' failure to receive notices due to security settings or incorrect contact information. Winners must pick up prize in person. If a potential prize winner cannot be reached within fifteen (15) days of the end of the submission period, prize winner shall forfeit the prize. Sunglasses are up to $150 value. Plano lenses only.

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Dear Patients:

Starting Monday, June 1, all five EYEcenter locations will be open for routine eye health and vision needs-based upon recommendations from our professional organizations, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), and directives from Governor Newsom’s office.

Your doctors and staff at EYEcenter will continue to provide you with the state of the art, advanced eye care services that you are used to. What will be different as part of our “new normal” will be policies, procedures, and safeguards intended to ensure the health and well being of our patients, doctors, and staff.

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