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Please vote for Cameron Optometry: UK Optical Team of the Year Award

Please vote for Cameron Optometry: UK Optical Team of the Year Award

Posted on 02nd October 2018

Great news! Cameron Optometry has been shortlisted for the UK Optical Team of the Year category at the AOP Awards.

This is a real honour as the award recognises an optical team dedicated to delivering the best possible patient experience, something that our whole team strives to do everyday.

Voting is now open! We would be hugely appreciative of anyone who could take the time to vote for us. You can cast your vote here cameronoptom.com/vote, we are the eighth category down the list – Optical Team of the Year (sponsored by Lloyd & Whyte).

Cameron Optometry is the only Scottish practice to make the shortlist, and we hope to see some kilts up on the stage at the awards ceremony in London next January.

Voting closes on 12 December 2018.

Thank you!


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