Vision Express marked 21 years in business in The Square, Tallaght on Saturday November 24th with a special in store celebration attended by a special guest, the Shamrock Rovers mascot Hooperman!  


The store was filled with visitors who enjoyed a range of treats throughout the day including a bespoke Birthday cake, free eye test vouchers and special offers. In addition, two lucky customers walked away with a €250 voucher each for Vision Express eyewear – Marie Kenny from Oldbawn and Eugeniya Kapustina from Belarmine.     


 Commenting on the event, Sean McDermott, Manager of Vision Express, Tallaght said “We had a wonderful day in store, marking a major milestone for Vision Express in Ireland. Sincere thanks to all who came along to join in our celebration and to all our loyal customers who have returned to us again and again for their optical needs over the past 21 years”.   


The Tallaght store was the first Vision Express to open in Ireland 21 years ago, which was followed a year later by the company’s first Cork store in Merchant’s Quay Shopping Centre. Since then, Vision Express has significantly expanded its Irish operation and now has eight stores throughout the country: four in Dublin, two in Cork, one in Galway and one in Athlone.   


Despite its longevity, Vision Express continues to maintain its position as one of the leading and most trusted opticians in the UK and Ireland. Since its conception in 1989, Vision Express has gone from strength to strength, focusing on customer service in order to provide the best individual optical care and deliver the best service, the right product and great value.   


Vision Express has a vast range of genuine designer brands and the latest technology lenses, through to complete glasses. For more information and to book an eye test today visit  

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