Take a look at the new eye care clinic in Bradford town center

The community welcomed the new business to town with a grand official opening ceremony over the weekend

Bradford EyeCare located at 107 Holland St. E celebrated its grand opening last Saturday.

This is the first eye care store from new company owner Sunny Braich, offering eye exams, frames and lenses, and interim eye care. The store also designs and customizes its own frames and eyewear.

“We do it all – we’re a one-stop eye care solution,” he said.

Braich was treated to an official ribbon-cutting ceremony, a ribbon-cutting ceremony on behalf of the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury and the Bradford Board of Trade, and numerous congratulatory speeches from the Mayor of Bradford, Rob Keffer, members council, MP Scot Davidson, and other local business owners who came out to support the opening.

“Bradford is a very beautiful city (with) a great passion among the business community to help each other out,” Mayor Keffer said. “I think you’ll find that by becoming part of the business community and meeting everyone in our city, they’re willing to help you spread the word.”

“I’m always here for you and always a big supporter of small business in Bradford West Gwillimbury,” said MP Davidson, who stopped by on Saturday to congratulate the new owner of the business.

“Welcome to Bradford!” said Ryan Charron, director of the Bradford Board of Trade (BBT). “What’s really great is that you’re right in the center of town. I really appreciate that.”

“I’m a huge supporter of our local small business community and grand openings are my favorite events because I love seeing the potential for your growth and prosperity,” said local business owner Natasha Leskiw, who is also the director of the BBT. and the former president of SWAN (Successful Women Always Networking). “Welcome to the neighborhood, thank you for choosing Bradford and I look forward to seeing your future.”

Council members who joined Braich at its grand opening included the Ward 2 Coun. Jonathan Scott, Councilor Mark Contois and Cont. Pierre Ferragine.

“It’s a beautiful store and we’re so glad to have you,” the adviser said. Jonathan Scott. “You’ve studied for a long time to learn the expertise you offer as a service to people… I’m sure you’ll be very busy with people who need eye exams and need new pair of glasses. We wish you every success!”

Braich received a certificate of achievement on behalf of the City of Bradford. With him to celebrate his grand opening was his mother – Binder Braich.

“It’s an honor to have you all here today,” Braich said.

In her shop, Braich sells unique lenses named after Toronto subway stations and famous city landmarks.

“All of them are different because I want to capture the diversity of our country, our cities… places that really connect me growing up,” Braich shares of the names of his custom eyewear. “It means a lot to me to have them!”

Braich spoke about the importance of eye care, especially for children.

“Kids use their iPads and digital devices so much these days that we just want them to have the best quality lenses,” says Braich. “Our biggest responsibility here is that we want patients to have better eye care.”