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How much can I make if I sublease to an optometrist?

A look at Pearle Vision revenues for opticians and investors

An image of a doctor handing a brochure to an associate next to a patient, over a green text field that reads "$857,000 | Average retail revenue generated in 2017 by Pearle Vision Centers that are owned by Licensed Owners who sublease space to optometrists. | Source: Pearle Vision 2018 FDD."

Pearle Vision EyeCare Centers have seen consistent revenue growth. Ultimately, earnings are determined by the skills of the Licensed Owner, by choosing the best location, by marketing, by providing outstanding service and by controlling costs. Pearle Vision assists Licensed Owners with each of these facets of the business.

In certain states, opticians and investors cannot employ optometrists, but are permitted to lease space to optometrists. This is no impediment for Pearle Vision’s business model, since we believe the optometrist should be independent and focused on patient care regardless of whether they are owners, employees or independent business owners who share space with our Licensed Owners.

In the tables shown in our Franchise Executive Summary, we provide a look at the revenue generated by EyeCare Centers owned by an optician or investor, with space subleased to an optometrist. This data is included in Item 19 of our Franchise Disclosure Document.

To learn more about this data, fill out the form at right to download our Franchise Executive Summary and get in touch with our franchise development department. While we cannot discuss the financial performance of specific EyeCare Centers, we have a wealth of aggregate data to share with qualified candidates evaluating whether Pearle Vision can help them achieve their financial goals.