Neiman Marcus has launched a new tech feature for sunglass shopping, DFW health care executives receive nods for contributions to the industry, and a Frisco teen’s efforts will help honor area veterans.
Sunglass shopping has gone digital at Neiman Marcus. The Dallas-based luxury retailer recently announced the rollout of its Sunglass Memory Mirror. The digital screen allows shoppers to take videos of themselves trying on different sunglasses. Then, they can see a side-by-side comparison of those videos. Shoppers can also share the videos via email and social media to give friends some say in the purchasing decision. It will initially be in five stores, including NorthPark Center in Dallas. Learn more on how it works.
Five Dallas-Fort Worth area health care executives have received national recognition for their impact on the industry. Modern Healthcare’s annual 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare list includes Trevor Fetter of Tenet Healthcare, Joel Allison of Baylor Scott and White Health, Barclay Berdan of Texas Health Resources, Ernie Sadau of ChristusHealth, and David Hebert of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. D Healthcare Daily has more on the list as well as the comments Modern Healthcare had on each honoree.
A Frisco teen is raising money to honor veterans in the area. The money will go toward installing a statue that depicts a WWII Army Air Corps navigator. One “Fly Boy” statue by artist Sondra Jonson currently stands in Nebraska, but the installation at the Frisco Commons Park would be her first “Fly Boy” statue in Texas. The Frisco Enterprise has more on the statue.
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