Webster Eye Care celebrates 25 years

5 May

Congratulations are in order for Dr. Shari and Mike Gustin, owners of Webster Eye Care Associates, who on Thursday celebrated their business’ 25th anniversary.

Webster Eye Care Associates is located on Main Street in the Village of Webster. On May 2, 1994, they took over the practice from Dr. Robert Brennan and have been a proud part of the village community ever since.

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Dr. Shari Gustin is a doctor of optometry and Mike Gustin is a licensed optician. As they grew the practice, they brought on additional licensed professionals including optometrist Dr. Jason Hochreiter, optician Brad Cadwell, optician Sarah Collins and administrative staff members. Mike and Shari are both strong village supporters who enjoy taking part in the village’s many special events and projects.

The Gustins are marking their silver anniversary with several specials: They’re raffling off one pair of Maui Jim and one pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses every Thursday in the month of May; giving away a brand new pair of Maui Jim sunglasses in a social media contest; and are offering a buy one/get one 50% off special for all patients, current or new (please make an appointment first!)

For more information on Webster Eye Care Associates, visit their website here, their Facebook page here or call them at 585-265-3710.

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