Warby Parker Now Open in San Ramon

We are thrilled to announce that Warby Parker, a pioneering brand in the world of affordable and stylish eyewear, has officially opened its doors at City Center Bishop Ranch. Renowned for their comprehensive range of eyewear starting at $95, they are a welcome addition to San Ramon, California’s vibrant shopping landscape.

Not only does Warby Parker provide a plethora of glasses options, but their offerings extend beyond frames to sunglasses, contacts, and a variety of accessories. Furthermore, they ensure their customers’ visual health is taken care of, providing access to eye exams by an independent optometrist.

What sets Warby Parker apart, however, is not just their reasonably priced and fashion-forward eyewear. The company stands for something far greater, a vision that extends beyond profit. Their ‘Buy a Pair, Give a Pair’ program is a testament to this commitment.

For every pair of glasses sold, Warby Parker donates a pair to someone in need. This initiative is more than just corporate social responsibility – it’s a reflection of Warby Parker’s ethos and its dedication to making a real, tangible difference in people’s lives. In an industry often seen as focused on style and trends, this approach is both refreshing and inspiring.

This impactful program has, so far, resulted in the distribution of an astonishing 13 million pairs of glasses and counting.

In conclusion, the arrival of Warby Parker at City Center Bishop Ranch is a win for everyone. Shoppers now have access to high-quality, fashionable eyewear at affordable prices, all while contributing to a cause that changes lives around the world.

Come, discover a new view of the world, both literally and metaphorically, with Warby Parker – where every purchase is a step towards a better world.

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith is a food and travel photographer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographic work routinely appears in publications including Food and Wine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times and his writing appears in IEEE Spectrum, SFGate, the Bold Italic and more. Smith holds a degree in Cognitive Science (Neuroscience) and Anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University.

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