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Freebies

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Here's how and where to find freebies.

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Help, I can't log in!

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If you're an existing customer and your password doesn't seem to be working, it's probably because it's the first time you've tried to log in to our brand new shop. You will need to re-activate your account before you can log in.  Please go straight to the "Create account" page and follow the instructions. After you click on the activation link in the email it sends you, you will be able to log in. Also note: You don't have to log in to place an order! If you use the same email address as before, it will be added to your account...

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Poulsbo Chamber of Commerce gala

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I'm an intravert.I loathe, abhor, harbor an intense aversion to and go to great lengths to avoid Large Social Events. I'm capable of spending an hour seeking synonyms to express my feelings about Large Social Events.Nonetheless, last Saturday evening I found myself girding my social loins to attend a Large Social Event, to wit, the annual awards gala held by our local chamber of commerce. The Dry Eye Company had been nominated for an award. Non-attendance, in the circumstances, would have felt a little rude.Just to put this in context, a brief word about our town and local chamber:Poulsbo is...

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Eye Eco product updates

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ONYIX and QUARTZ silicone shields are back! After a lengthy backorder these are now back, but with a twist! Instead of being packaged in the little tins, they are now going to be sold in the clear plastic tubes that are used for Tranquileyes. That's good news for those of you who struggle to open those tins (they can be pretty snug) and also good news for continuity of availability. And, speaking of those little tins... Tranquileyes "Minis" will be back in February "Minis" are not a small size Tranquileyes. They're Tranquileyes goggles sold on their own in the tin pictured. They have...

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Pesto and Pottery: Our Company Christmas Party!

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Maybe it’s just me, but when I hear “company Christmas party”, I imagine men in novelty ties, women in sparkly red dresses, too much to drink, and (worst case scenario) karaoke. But not at The Dry Eye Company! Since we’re fairly new to having employees, this is the first time we’ve had our very own Christmas party, and it was utterly different than I expected — in a really good way.We started with lunch at a local Italian restaurant, Sogno di Vino. It was a typical Northwest December day, chilly, blustery, and rainy, so the cozy, firelit atmosphere inside the...

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