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Randolph Launches New Optical Frames Named After MA Towns

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Randolph Engineering, Inc., known for high quality eyewear and classic designs, has launched two new optical frames–Ashby and Milton–as part of the company’s new 2014 styles.

The two frames are named after Mass. towns and are available in three colors including black, brown and olive. The frames are available for purchase beginning today, January 6.

Ashby Features...

  • 53mm, Skull Temples, Demo Lens
  • Available in Black Acetate, Brown, and Olive
  • Signature Diamond Pattern embedded in the temple
  • Specs: Eye Size 50mm
  • DBL: 22mm
  • Temple Length: 145mm
  • Cost: $119

Milton Features...

  • 53mm, Black, Skull Temples, Demo Lens
  • Available in Black Acetate, Brown, and Olive
  • Signature Diamond Pattern embedded in the temple
  • Specs: Eye Size: 53mm
  • DBL: 18mm
  • Temple Length: 145mm
  • Costs: $119

“We are excited to kick off 2014 with two new optical frames,” said Ekene Ofodile, senior vice president of marketing and sales at Randolph Engineering, Inc. “The Ashby and Milton styles are part of a new optical line named after towns located in Mass. and with this new line consumers will be invited to participate in naming process of upcoming optical products.”

For more information about the optical line or to purchase, visit www.randolphusa.com.

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