ClearVision Optical on NPR

ClearVision Optical was featured on NPR’s (National Public Radio) morning edition on April 12th!.  The radio broadcast “Recession Squeezes Disabled Workers out of Jobs” discussed how the unemployment rate for people with disabilities remains stubbornly high, even as rates have fallen for other workers.

Reporter Charles Lane visited ClearVision last week for the segment. He spoke with ClearVision’s Brenda Litzky and Bob LeMay, as well as Julia O’Hara, Jeremy Gordon and Lisa Hinch.  Marie Meyer of the AHRC Suffolk was also included.

This NPR coverage serves as an outstanding media placement for ClearVision Optical and further reflects the company’s outstanding reputation for good corporate citizenship. NPR programming reaches 27.2 million listeners each week.

Please click to listen to the segment –

http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=135338610&m=135338605

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