Recently, I realized that just wearing drugstore readers wasn’t going to be good enough as my eyesight was getting fuzzier and fuzzier. With a new Rx in hand from my optometrist, I went to Rivet & Sway’s new online eyeglass store for new frames. I buy food, clothes and shoes online so had no issues with picking out new frames. Selecting new frames is sometimes more of a chore than anything else but after my skype call with Ritzy the Rivet & Sway online stylist I was confident I was in good hands. She helped me to select 3 frames that fit my face shape and complexion and had them sent to my apartment for me to try on at home in 2 days. I invited all of my girlfriends over for drinks to help me choose the best style. Their frames all have cute names like the Hungry Heart, Poetic License and the Spitfire. I finally selected the “Punch Line “ for myself. Three days later I had my new frames that looked great and I could finally see clearly again!
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Lisa Wells is a seasoned professional with years of journalism, public relations and marketing expertise. Wells specializes in publicity campaigns, media outreach and trade shows/special events. Wells has worked in marketing and communications for more than 10 years at leading American brands such as Reem Acra, Judith Leiber, Tumi, Hickey Freeman and Hart Schaffner Marx. Her broad-based background as a magazine editor, in-house PR executive, and an agency principal gives Wells a unique perspective of the needs and nuances of the media. Having worked both sides of the "PR fence," Wells understands the fine art of balancing press demands with client needs. Specialties Expertise in product placement in a broad range of media outlets including national and regional consumer publications, trade, newspapers, television, movies, social media and the internet.