The Vision Council Relocates

The Vision Council Relocates

Meeting Space, DC Access Available for Members

Alexandria, VA (September 20, 2010) – Last week, The Vision Council began occupancy at a new office located at 225 Reinekers Lane, Ste. 700, Alexandria, Virginia 22314.

The new office space contains a large, modern conference room that will be utilized for committee and taskforce meetings, as well as training sessions for members. The first meeting held in this new space occurred on September 16 as 22 participants gathered for the Marketing and Communications Committee’s annual planning meeting.

“The new office and conference room provided ample space for our meeting and overall there was a very warm and inviting feeling about the new space,” said Grady Lenski, chair of the Marketing and Communications Committee.

The conference room is available to members interested in hosting meetings in the Washington DC area. Members traveling to Washington DC are also welcome to work out of The Vision Council’s guest office during their trip.

Maintaining the office’s close proximity to Washington DC offers The Vision Council and its members convenient access to government and association partners. The office is located just minutes from Capitol Hill and Ronald Reagan National Airport.

“Being in Old Town Alexandria is a prime location for The Vision Council as a trade association,” said Ed Greene, CEO of The Vision Council. “We invite all of our members to visit the office when they are in the Washington, DC area.”

Serving as the global voice for vision care products and services, The Vision Council represents the manufacturers and suppliers of the optical industry. We position our members to be successful in a competitive marketplace through education, advocacy, consumer outreach, strategic relationship building and industry forums.