This is the customer survey website of Transitions Optical, an Australian company, advocating consumers to take part in the survey to win back their glasses. No purchase necessary to enter or win means anyone filling the table and leave their email address will have the chance of the lucky draw. This survey promotion lasted from November 1, 2009 to May 31, 2010.
The grand prize is reimbursement of retail purchased eyeglasses with a maximum sum not to exceed 500 dollars and the prizes are non-transferrable. Winners will be selected by random drawing and conducted by an independent judging organization. I think there won’t be many people who are interested in this survey with so poor reimbursement. It will take me 20 minutes to fill the form and answer all the required questions. Then I’ll receive a mail saying that thank you for you participation in the survey. So what’s next? Nothing. And then in the future days, irrelevant news about Transitions will poor into my mail box with an unprecedentedly rapid speed. Frankly speaking, I don’t like this kind of survey or promotion. This is useless to me. I think what consumers want most is the quality and price of its products, which is the two basic elements affecting people while shopping.
With the effort of 100 professional and collaboration between 12 lens manufacturers in the world, Transitions Optical is proud enough to possess the ability to support healthy sense of sight. It has founded offices in five continents, devoting to the common cause with its partners to supply direct and dynamic solutions to eyeglasses problems. It not only improves people’s daily vision but also protects the eyes from the harm of ultraviolet lights.
Moreover, Transitions has been a forerunner in the field of photochromic lens, which will adjust automatically to suit the changing light conditions to safeguard and improve vision. About 60% to 70% of the old people are harassed with cataract and its morbidity is still surging among middle-aged people, which is an increasing troubling issue. It’s showed in a survey that the accumulative effect of being exposed to the ultraviolet could lead to various serious eye diseases such as cataract and macular degeneration. These two kinds of disease are the main cause of blindness. Under this bleak situation, Transitions has successfully developed photochromic lens which is anti-ultraviolet comprehensively.
Previously Transitions has launched a program Healthy Vision to offer scholarship to excellent students majoring in optometry, and a campaign to care about the healthy vision of children was initiated along with sponsorship in several educational programs.