The Korrect experience reminds me of an era when you to got to know the people who take care of you. Growing up, I had the same barber--giving me the same "boy's haircut"--for more than 13 years. There was a family-feeling about the place that was comforting, consultative and trust-inspiring.
Same feeling at Korrect. I used to go the big chains, The experience was as personal as ordering a cheeseburger and a coke from the local Burger Czar. Ask for Dr. Seth, Mary, Alicia, Tony or Tiffany and tell 'em Joe sent you. You'll get great glasses, great service at a great price.
Lastly: They don't like to brag about it, but Korrect is a very charitable, completely locally owned and operated organization that makes their own lenses right here in Louisville in a growing, state-of-the-art facility and provides lenses for groups across the country.
Nowadays, it may be enough that I head to the Pretty Good Clips down the street for my haircuts. But for glasses, it's only going to be Korrect. I just ordered two pairs this week and I CAN'T WAIT to start wearing them.
Everyone was very helpful. Dr Seth was very personable and that is what I like in a doctor. However, the lady helped me look for frames doe glasses acted as if she didn’t want to help as much. She had her kid there with her and she made it seem like she didn’t want to help. She seemed annoyed. I’m gonna talk and get to know you. And if it wasn’t for her I would have given 5 stars rather than 4.