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Triangle Visions Optometry Acquires VisionSource - Asheville of Asheville, NC

For Immediate Release 

January 7th, 2019

Triangle Visions Optometry Acquires VisionSource - Asheville of Asheville, NC

Asheville, NC

Triangle Visions Optometry announced today the acquisition of VisionSource - Asheville of Asheville, NC. The acquisition makes 20 locations for Triangle Visions, a vision provider across The Carolinas for over 40 years.

"We are incredibly excited to add Dr. Michelle Reames and her great team in Asheville," said Bill Tener, Triangle Visions' President and CEO. Mr. Tener adds "VisionSource - Asheville has been a great part of the Asheville community, and the positive impact that they have in the city of Asheville is worthy of laud; we couldn’t be more excited to welcome them into the Triangle Visions family of providers."

"Most importantly, VisionSource - Asheville, now Triangle Visions Optometry of Asheville, is a phenomenal organizational fit for Triangle Visions. We are fully committed to growing with partners and providers who share our passion for independent eye care and a uniquely exceptional standard of care. Dr. Reames has done a phenomenal job of fostering an excellent standard of medical care as well as a love of the local community amongst the entire staff."

Triangle Visions Optometry is a member of Vision Source, North America’s largest network of independent optometrists. “Being a member of Vision Source allows us to offer several of the most sought-after vision care brands and to provide you with the most advanced vision care available” states Dr. Tony Clark, Chief Medical Officer for Triangle Visions Optometry. Vision Source doctors are on the leading edge of eye health care technology. Due to the size of the Vision Source network and the prestige of its members, manufacturers often look to Vision Source doctors first to introduce new instruments and diagnostic equipment. This is certainly the case with Triangle Visions Optometry. To find out more about what Triangle Visions Optometry has to offer, please visit


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Triangle Visions Optometry
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About Triangle Visions Optometry
Triangle Visions Optometry has been providing the Triangle area with advances eye care for over 40 years. Although the field of optometry has certainly evolved, our recipe for success is as simple and effective today as it was when we opened in 1973: our patients receive the perfect combination of modern care and friendly "old-fashioned doctoring." You’re never just another patient to us – you’re a valued member of our practice family. With offices in Apex, Cary, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Sanford, Lumberton, Lillington, Lexington, Winston Salem, Asheville, Southern Pines, Greenwood, Simpsonville, and Thomasville, Triangle Visions Optometry serves North & South Carolina by providing yearly exams, eyewear, contact lenses, ocular disease management and vision therapy. We also diagnose and manage multiple medical eye conditions, including diabetes, cataract, dry eye, eye injury and infection. This comprehensive approach to eye care means that our patients receive everything they need related to their eyes, all under one roof!

About Vision Source
Founded in 1991, Vision Source is North America’s largest network of independent optometrists consisting of 3,700+ key, eye care industry influencers. The clinicians in the Vision Source network enjoy access to newly evolving patient channels, including an expanding list of leading medical groups and integrated health systems with whom Vision Source optometrists collaborate. Additionally, members benefit from a wide range of innovative technologies, practice management tools, strategic marketing, and unsurpassed purchasing power. Leveraging these tools, the clinicians offer comprehensive eye care to their patients delivering an industry leading patient experience. For more information, call 888-558-2020 or visit

Author Triangle Visions — Published January 15, 2019

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