Our partners provide resources to Indiana LASIK Centers that strengthen and support our community outreach. We appreciate their collaboration and look forward to building upon these relationships.


Enjoying hockey is easier with LASIK

The Fort Wayne Komets are one of the oldest sports franchises in the nation, and the second oldest pro minor league hockey team in America, next to the Hershey Bears of the AHL.  2016-17 marks the Komets' 65th anniversary season of pro hockey in Fort Wayne.

Over the years, the Komets have won 12 regular season titles and nine league championships.  The Komets are a member of the ECHL and were last year's Midwest Division champion, while leading the league with an average attendance of 7,484 per home game.

The Komets have a history of fierce rivalries against Indianapolis, Toledo, Kalamazoo, Cincinnati, Quad City, Colorado and Orlando featuring games of high speed and hard hitting action.  The season features 36 home games and is filled with affordable ticket programs and discount plans throughout the year.  For ticket information fans can call the Komet office at 260-483-0011 or visit Komets.com.

Since 1952, the Komets have made their home at the beautiful Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, where the great tradition of Komet hockey continues today.

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South Bend Cubs

Watching baseball is easier after LASIK

Chicago Cubs fans in Northern Indiana rejoiced when the South Bend Cubs debuted at Four Winds Field in April of 2015. Along with an updated look to the South Bend franchise (a familiar red, white and blue color scheme), a new mascot joined the team. Stu D. Baker, the fuzziest and most cuddly mascot in Minor League Baseball made his debut. In keeping with regional history, Stu gets his name from the former Studebaker automotive manufacturer that was based in South Bend for over 100 years.

The South Bend Cubs and Four Winds Field continue to grow, attracting over 350,000 fans in 2016. Affordable, family entertainment with the cleanest restrooms in baseball are the driving force behind the team’s resurgence, after Owner Andrew T. Berlin purchased the franchise in 2011. In an effort to help revitalize the downtown area, “The Ivy at Berlin Place” broke ground in 2017. The $22 million mixed-use development will add 120 high-end apartments and 10,000 square feet of retail space at the entrance of Four Winds Field, creating South Bend’s own Wrigleyville.


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Enjoy working out more after LASIK

The YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. The YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne continues to expand and evolve towards the betterment of people at all stages of their lives through its breadth of programs, from swimming lessons to youth intervention, mentoring and family programming to elderly support. Each year of our history has been marked by undeniable accomplishments in face of the challenges of changing times, but more than anything, what marks our history is our commitment to helping people. The YMCA is at the heart and soul of growing up in the greater Fort Wayne area, and will be so for years to come.

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