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Mango Optic, with AI-Enhanced Teleoptometry, Virtual-Try-on, and a Sweet Twist to Patient Service, Arriving Soon in Boca Raton – Boca Raton’s Most Reliable News Source

BOCA RATON, FL —Mango Optic, a family-owned optical boutique offering cutting-edge products
teleoptometry eye exams, virtual try-ons and a unique customer experience, is scheduled to open
Lakeside Center, Boca Raton, on Tuesday, December 13, 2022.

Mango Optic will showcase luxury and premium eyewear in Iconic’s vibrant showroom
brands American Optical, Balenciaga, Celine, DB4K, Etnia Barcelona, ​​Face A Face, Fred,
Givenchy, Gucci, Puma, Saint Laurent, Scott Harris, as well as contact lenses and glasses
accessories. Mango Optic combines a user-friendly digital shopping experience with a fun in-store experience
customer experience to differentiate it from the competition.

Mango Optic will offer comprehensive remote ocular eye exams, live board consultations
certified optometrists using 20/20 Now technology. Artificial intelligence (AI) will make it possible
early detection of retinal diseases such as diabetic retinopathy. FDA approved for medical use
equipment and software, retinal images are instantly enhanced using the AI ​​program,
enabling optometrists to more confidently diagnose conditions affecting the retina. Of
traditional testing, some early-stage retinopathy may go undetected.

Mango Optic is owned by Gisele and Jaime Crespo, a wife and husband team, who in
West Boca Raton. Gisele is a licensed optician by the Florida Board of Opticianry and Contact
Lens Fitting Board Certified with over 7 years experience in optical management. Jamie is
an award-winning marketer who will oversee operations and serve as an apprentice
optician. Mango Optic is a member of the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce.

“The future in eye exams is coming to Boca Raton,” Gisele said. “Use advanced
tele-optometry technology, we will be able to provide easier and faster access to eye exams
are more extensive than those found in most major franchise chains today. Customers will
receive high-quality eye care and prescriptions from the optometrist faster, and walk-in exams
will be available six days a week.”

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Through the online gallery, powered by OptifyOnline, customers will get in touch with Mango Optic’s
optical inventory, including virtual fitting and pre-examination frame selection, from the comfort of
their home on any device. Virtual fitting with selected brands powered by Fittingbox
an immersive try-before-you-buy experience in real time.

Mango Optic stems from Gisele’s passion and love for mangoes and eyes.
Born and raised in Brazil, one of her earliest memories involved climbing her grandmother’s
mango trees and hair help make mango flavored treats.

During the pandemic, Gisele created organic, home-made mango preserves, with much fanfare,
including flavours: mango, mango pineapple, mango chili pepper and mango passion fruit.
Mango Optic will offer free mango preserves to patients as a token of appreciation.
Mangoes are packed with nutrients that help support healthy eyes, including the antioxidants lutein and
zeaxanthin, which acts as a natural sunblock, supports retinal health and protects against blue light.
“Mango Optic will consistently strive to provide a customer experience that is completely unique,”
says Jamie. “We want all the people who come into our store to have fun and really enjoy the optics
shopping experience. With all the daily stress that people face, bringing joy to everyone who uses our
store will be our mantra. Our staff also speak Portuguese and Spanish to provide top class service
patient service to our diverse community.”

Customers will enjoy Mango Optic’s complimentary Brazilian coffee while checking out their eyewear
its lively showroom. The boutique will boast a 7.5 ft. Multicolored preserved moss wall display
with neon lights, which is designed for selfies and social media posts. Furniture in mango color, a
optician’s desk in natural sawn wood, coffee table in mango wood and seasonal front with LED lighting
displays will greet customers.

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Mango Optic is located one block from Marshall’s and between Mindy’s and Munchies
Embarcadero 41, a new Peruvian/Japanese fusion restaurant, recently opened in Lakeside
Center with outdoor dining. “The atmosphere while shopping at Mango Optic will be unique,”
says Gisele. “Our customers will be able to enjoy new Celines with their delicacies
ceviches at Embarcadero 41 and new Guccis to go along with goodies from Mindy’s Munchies!”

Contact: Jaime Crespo, info@mangooptic for more information.

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