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One Click is on a mission is to be the world’s most people-focused eyewear company.
Our mission is to be the world’s most people-focused eyewear company. It declares our purpose as a company and serves as the standard against which we weigh our actions and decisions when it comes to our team members, customers, and the communities we serve.
Randy and Angie Stocklin started One Click from their home office with the idea of offering people a convenient and affordable way to buy eyewear online. Since that time, we’ve built a team that’s passionate about our customers and created a culture founded on strong core values, which has resulted in One Click being named one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana for four consecutive years. In the process, we’ve also been recognized as one of the fastest-growing ecommerce businesses in the Midwest.
Today, One Click is an innovative e-tailer that sells eyewear across the Readers.com, Sunglass Warehouse, and felix + iris brands. We’re building an amazing company, filled with exceptional human beings who challenge and inspire each other every day. The best part is that we’re just getting started!
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