Sunglasses are a daily necessity worn by practically every American. As a fashion statement or practical health precaution, everyone has different priorities, styles, and needs when it comes to selecting the perfect pair of shades. But, for many, it doesn’t stop as just one pair. The average American has several pairs of sunglasses. In 2010, […]
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Sunglass selling season is in full swing and retailers everywhere are looking for stylish shades at competitive price points. 75% of U.S. adults wear sunglasses, equaling 95 million pairs of sunglasses sold in the U.S. each year, according to Statistic Brain.
Eason Eyewear is a newly developed eyewear manufacturing company based out of New York City. Although the brand was recently created in 2014, Albert Ye, owner of Eason Eyewear, has over thirty years of experience in the eyewear manufacturing business.
As we head into Spring, retailers and consumers alike have warm weather on the brain. Vacation season and the summer months are not far out of reach. As a retailer, now is the time to start stocking up on warm weather staples, particularly sunglasses.
“Franklin Eyewear was born in 1985 when baby boomers came in to the reading glasses market,” says Franklin Eyewear founder Al Underwood.
Eason Eyewear offers the best quality eyewear products for the lowest possible prices to their retail clients.
Sunglasses are popular accessories year round, as they are both functional and fabulous. Not only do they enable consumers to make fashion statements, they also can protect eyes from harmful UV rays. Solar Sunglasses carries 300 to 400 styles for women, men and children, including a line of biker glasses.
The start of the New Year finds holiday sales a distant memory, as retailers turn their focus to 2014’s up-and-coming spring lines. Sunglasses, both classic and trendy, are a big part of that lineup, and can be a source of profits for just about any retailer.
Topper Liquidators is a family-owned operation that sells numerous types of closeout and liquidated merchandise, the vast majority of which is new. Liquidation is a process whereby the merchandise in a warehouse or store needs to be quickly distributed for various reasons. Often the business is closing, changing product lines or is in bankruptcy, and wants to liquidate its entire stock at one time, rather than having a drawn out sale.
Eco-friendly and one-of-a-kind wooden sunglasses, sported by stars such as Snoop Dogg and Beyonce, are the newest craze in fashion eyewear this year. Environmentally conscious, fledgling designers are rising to the top, and providing sustainable sunglasses comprised of a variety of woods, including repurposed skateboards.