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Black-Owned Eyewear Company Hopes to Make Industry More Diverse

Black-Owned Eyewear Company Hopes to Make Industry More Diverse
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Think about this: The global eyewear market was valued at approximately $131.32 billion in 2018. And in the U.S. it is a multi-billion market. Yet there are less than a handful of Black eyewear makers. Considering 164 million American adults wear glasses, according to The Vision Council, there are a lot of consumers looking for eyewear.



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