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The friends who got into the multi-billion-dollar eyewear industry after realizing a lack of Black ownership

The friends who got into the multi-billion-dollar eyewear industry after realizing a lack of Black ownership

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Two long-time friends Tracy Vontélle Green and Nancey Harris have started their own luxury eyewear brand after they realized African Americans are underrepresented in the multi-billion industry.

Coincidentally, it took the pair losing their old pair of expensive glasses to search the market for a more ethnic- friendly and colorful brand that is black-owned and reflects their culture to replace their lost ones but there was none.

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