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Two new Surrey locations for hearing company

Miracle Ear, part of the North American-wide hearing solutions group, is opening a pair of locations in Guildford and South Surrey.

This week marks the Grand Opening for the two Surrey sites and the public is invited to take a tour and have a free hearing screening. The South Surrey location is located at 15355 24 Ave., Peninsula Village, and the Guildford Town Centre location is 15135 101 Ave.

"Our two new Surrey locations provide convenient parking and spacious environments for us to provide our services and technology to our customers. With these two new locations we still provide the same great service, great staff and great Miracle-Ear products our customers have come to expect," said Josh Muir, Managing Director of Miracle-Ear Canada.

With more than 65 years of experience, Miracle-Ear is known for its advanced hearing technology, outstanding service and convenient locations. Miracle-Ear Canada offers state-of-the-art testing equipment including Video Otoscope technology, which involves a “guided tour” of the ear canal on a TV monitor through the insertion of a camera into the canal itself.  This procedure is painless and there is no charge or obligation for the screening. If the screening confirms a hearing loss, Miracle-Ear will identify the best advice for an individual's needs and lifestyle.

"Our goal is to not only offer products that will provide relief to those with hearing loss, but also to educate the community on early detection, prevention and aid of hearing loss," Muir said. "We are focused on continuing to gain customers for life and to build a strong presence in our new neighborhood."

For more information, visit www.miracle-ear.ca.

 

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