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Meet Maxine – Eyetique’s Personal Shopper

Want to go shopping…at home?

Does life have you running in 20 different directions? Is your schedule so hectic that you wish we could come to you? Well, wish no more – because clients of both Eyetique and 3 Guys Optical can take advantage of our complimentary concierge service to find the frame of their dreams. Whether to your home, office, or even a nursing facility, optician Maxine Shepman will customize a selection for you to try on in the comfort of your own surroundings. Once you find “the one,” we’ll have your completed order returned to you within 10 days. We could go on forever, but this video is far more interesting. Check it out to see just how easy the process can be, and more importantly, to meet Max!

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2016 Sewickley Soup Crawl

Sewickley Soup Crawl – March 19, 2016

After enjoying a few balmy weeks of pre-spring temperatures, the only saving grace of waking up to 30 degrees and the occasional falling snowflake this past Saturday was knowing it was the perfect weather for the 5th annual Sewickley Soup Crawl.

We were one of 18 businesses along Beaver Street who participated, each of us being matched with 18 local eateries that provided the soup. Our ladles came courtesy of Pizza Roma, who had whipped up a huge batch of Sausage Pastina for us to dole out.

Just how large is a huge batch? Well, we were barely an hour and a half into the event and had already gone through 15 gallons of soup. That didn’t surprise us – last year, we completely ran out!

So while customers arrived for their normally scheduled appointments, perusing our inventory on a quest to find the perfect pair of glasses, volunteers dished out enough soup to satisfy the palates of 600 hungry ticket holders. You should have seen the sidewalks – they were absolutely jammed-packed.

The event was produced by Explore Sewickley, a 501c(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping the Village of Sewickley thrive. The Soup Crawl is one of a few they do throughout the year, which in the past has included Wine Crawls and Beer Crawls, too. Soup is always the biggest draw, though – they sold 150 more tickets than last year.

We had a great time and really enjoyed meeting everyone who came through the door.

“Sewickley’s such a small, close-knit neighborhood. We always participate and show our support of what they are doing. And it’s also a lot of fun,” added our retail director, Adam Speece.