Giving Back to the Veterans Honor Bus

ReVision Gives Back to Richland Country Veterans Honor BusReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery has a deep appreciation for those who serve our Nation. As the son of a WWII Army Air Corps B-24 Pilot, Dr. Schumer grew up listening to stories his father shared about his time in the service. These experiences shaped a generation and taught us the importance of honoring our veterans.

Supporting Richland County’s Honor Bus

As a small way to show gratitude to our dedicated veterans, ReVision is proud to donate funds to an upcoming Honor Bus trip led by the Richland County Joint Veterans Council. This 3-day trip to Washington, D.C. in late September is provided to Richland County veterans at no cost and made possible through chaperone volunteers and monetary donations. The donation made by the ReVision Gives Back program covers the travel expenses for three local veterans to take part in this amazing trip.

Doug Theaker, Mansfield native, veteran and longtime TV personality on WMFD TV, has been instrumental in raising awareness about the county’s first Honor Bus trip. “For many of these veterans, they have never had the opportunity to see the war monuments in Washington, D.C.”, said Theaker. During the trip, veterans will visit Arlington National Cemetery, several war and historical monuments and the Smithsonian Museum.

Special Pricing for Military & First Responders

As another way to say ‘thank you for your service’, ReVision also offers past and present military members special pricing on vision correction procedures such as LASIK. For active duty personnel, this means enjoying the comfort and freedom of clear vision while enhancing performance and safety when serving. The special First Responder rate is also extended to immediate family members interested in vision correction.

It has been a pleasure to serve the Richland County community for over twenty-five years and an honor to use the ReVision Gives Back Program to give the county’s veterans this meaningful experience. Follow the Richland County Honor Bus on Facebook to learn how you can show your support.

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