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Ray Ban RB3466 Sunglasses Gunmetal Frame Red Gradient Honey Lens Florida and Georgia combined there are around 630,000 individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease. The numbers alone make this one of the most expensive diseases to treat in America. “People really do need to pay attention to this disease. Within the next 50 years it could potentially bankrupt our country just in the cost of Medicare and Medicaid expenses,” said Hannah Volz of the Alzheimer’s Association. Now with the death of famed Coach Pat Summitt, Alzheimer’s advocates hope more people will start talking about this deadly disease. “Even though you can’t reverse dementia you can improve the quality of life and have families plan for the future much better if they will bring it out into the open, become aware of it. Have their friends and family aware of it and then move on positively from their.”.

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Ray Ban RB4147 Sunglasses Brown Frame Crystal Light Brown Gradie did nothing wrong. Last night, she tweetedabout Jeb Bush, “Curious, will your son George P. be joining the fight embedded in Iraq, Jeb? Oh wait, that’s right, he’s also planning to run for President.” In fact, as the Tampa Bay Times pointed out, “George P. Bush is a lieutenant in the Navy Reserve who spent eight months serving in Afghanistan under a fake name.” We can just imagine the kind of self righteous outrage that would pour forth from Tantaros’ keyboard had, say, Michael Moore made this tweet. By portraying it as some cozy fast track for the rich, Tantaros slimes hundreds of everyday Americans as well.

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Ray-Ban Bans Rand Paul’s Ray-Bans over Brand Ban

Ray-Ban has asked Senator and 2016 GOP contender Rand Paul (R-KY) to remove its sunglasses from his amazing merch store, as it turned out Paul has been hawking his non-trademarked shades without the company’s permission.


“We learned that the Rand Paul campaign had been selling Ray-Ban sunglasses imprinted with the “Rand” logo without our consent,” a Ray-Ban spokesperson told The Hill. “After a formal request from us, they promptly removed the product from their site and agreed to cease any further use of our trademarks.”

“$150 is more than you might normally pay for sunglasses, but these are Raybans and even more, they are indelibly marked with the Rand Brand,” read the original page, which has since been taken down.


Paul’s merch store is still selling branded flip-flops, throw rugs, Beats headphones, a $1000 Constitution, and more. He most recently used the store to jab at Hillary Clinton by selling Clinton hard drives, a joke on Clinton’s use of a private email server.


As the sunglasses have been integral to his brand, it is unclear how this will affect Paul’s role in the cool party.

Luxottica and Heinemann ramp up Ray-Ban presence

Luxottica Global Channels, a division of Luxottica Group, is partnering with Gebr. Heinemann to increase activities for Ray-Ban across the retailer’s European operation, amidst high double-digit year-to-date growth for the brand.


18 Gebr. Heinemann locations, including Frankfurt, Vienna, Bucharest, Billund, Berlin, Cologne and Salzburg airports, are playing host to Ray-Ban promotions over the peak summer months. These locations will feature the specially developed “Ray-Ban Table”, which will showcase both the new collection and existing ranges.
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A healthy year-on-year increase in the average unit price of sunglasses sold by Heinemann points to a trend of shoppers ‘trading-up’ in sunglasses in travel retail

The most recent personalised Ray-Ban wall bays at Budapest and Munich airports feature a wide Ray-Ban range, segmented in Icons, Tech, Lifestyle and Kids, as well as highlighting the new collections.

According to Luxottica, the surge in sunglass sales is indicative of broader growth for brands in the Luxottica portfolio in Gebr. Heinemann stores, and significant progress in the retailer’s total sunglasses category.

Gebr. Heinemann Purchasing Director Fashion/Accessories Jan Richter commented: “We identified sunglasses as a key growth-driving category a number of years ago, and the performance we witness today is the result of strategic investment and brand partnerships where we share a common vision for the category.

“Instant magnetism”: Luxottica believes Ray-Ban’s popularity can have a positive effect on the entire sunglasses category

“Following our successful collaborations in locations such as Oslo and Copenhagen, this latest European-wide activity with Ray-Ban takes partnership to a new level. As the category-leader, Ray-Ban has instant magnetism to attract shoppers in store, producing a positive impact on the Luxottica portfolio, the entire sunglasses category and total store sales.”

Luxottica Head of Global Channels Francis Gros said: “The universal appeal of sunglasses and the inherent link to the sun and summer holidays makes the category, in my view, one of the most important for summer tourists. This opportunity has gone untapped for too long, but, fortunately, mindsets are changing.


“I’m delighted that Gebr. Heinemann are continuing to embrace the power of the sunglasses category to boost sales not only in sunglasses, but all to drive store penetration and total sales. This latest summer activity is an example of a relevant, experiential, avant-garde collaboration, which is happening through the proactive leadership demonstrated by both retailer and brand owner.”

Man steals Ray Ban sunglasses valued at $8,200 from Dunwoody’s Perimeter Mall

Dunwoody police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who stole more than $8,200 worth of Ray Ban sunglasses from the Sunglass Hut in Perimeter Mall over two months.

Police say the man made one

Suspect in stealing more than $8,200 in Ray Ban sunglasses from Perimeter Mall. (Dunwoody Police Department)

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shady swipe from the store on Sept. 26. The same suspect is also believed to have stolen merchandise from the same store on Oct. 3, Oct. 8 and Oct. 27 — for a combined value of more than $8,200 in all four incidents, according to Dunwoody police.


Anybody with information regarding the identity or location of the depicted suspect is asked to contact Detective T. Waldron at 678-382-6911 or via email at tim.waldron@dunwoodyga.gov.

Contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta with tips at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or visit http://www.crimestoppersatlanta.org.

Facebook may have found a way to crack down on sales of dodgy sunglasses and fake clothes

Sales of fake goods are an enduring nuisance on Facebook. Everyone has seen spam posts in groups and on pages, selling dodgy-looking sunglasses, or designer brands for suspiciously cheap prices.


But the social network may finally have a way to stamp them out.

In a patent application published on Thursday, Facebook outlines technology that is capable of recognising the content of images and flagging them if necessary.

This could, it suggests, be used to spot “a logo that an advertiser may have incorporated into its advertisements without permission.”

This means the likes of Ray-Ban would be able to track down rogue sellers using its logo to flog their wares — even if they have carefully avoided using its name in the post to avoid text filters.


It’s worth noting that this is just a patent right now, and tech companies file thousands of patents every year that never make their way into finished products. But it does show that Facebook is at least considering how to tackle the problem.

Sometimes, the social network says, “images include proprietary content such as items subject to trademark, copyright, or patent protection and for which the content poster does not have the appropriate rights to use the content. In addition, these images may contain other information which can be valuable to classify such as who appears in the images, what letters are being shown, whether the content includes objectionable portions, etc. However, due to the sheer volume of images, it is infeasible for each image to be analyzed by a human.”


The tech could also be used to track down the unauthorised sharing of copyrighted images. The company has a well-documented free-booting problem: Rogue pages stealing popular videos and uploading them to grow their following, frustrating original content creators.

These Facebook pages often also steal and recycle viral images — but measures like this could finally help put a stop to it.

New Mickey Mouse Ray-Ban Sunglasses Coming to Sunglass Hut in Disney Parks


If you’re looking for a fun and super cool Christmas gift for that Disney fan in your life, you’ll want to check out the new Mickey Mouse Ray-Ban sunglasses coming to Sunglass Hut.

The sunglasses are the classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer design updated with a classic Mickey Mouse print and a “limited edition” engraving.

The limited edition sunglasses will be available at Sunglass Hut in Disney World and Disneyland starting December 8, while supplies last.

Locations where guests can purchase the sunglasses include: Sunglass Icon in Disney Springs, APEX by Sunglass Hut in Disney Springs, Island Supply in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom, Sunglass Icon kiosk in Disneyland Downtown Disney District, and Sunglass Icon kiosk at Disney California Adventure.

The sunglasses retail for $190 plus tax and guests are limited to two pairs. Supplies are limited.