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Guide Dogs hoping for chart success

A SONG written specially for The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association has been released nationally as a CD single on Monday and will be available in all good record stores to help raise money to fund the training of twenty new Guide Dog puppies.

She's A Vision is the debut single from new boy band, All Eyes, who were put together by Guide Dogs' corporate patron Specsavers Opticians.

The song has already received airplay on several top TV music shows, including Channel Four's B4 and sky music channels The Box, Flaunt TV and ChartShow TV.

All Eyes have also been busy promoting the single, having been interviewed on CD:UK, Top of the Pops and GMTV, as well as joining a national tour of new pop acts, hosted by Sugar magazine.

Says Guide Dogs' Helen Louise-King: 'Everyone involved in the project is really excited about the single release and we are keeping our fingers crossed that we will have a Top 40 hit on our hands.

'The band and Specsavers have been working really hard to promote the single and to help raise awareness of Guide Dogs among the young. Proceeds from single sales will help fund the training of new Guide Dog puppies, which is a vital part of our work for the blind and visually impaired throughout the UK and Northern Ireland.'

All Eyes is already proving a hit with teenage girls across the UK with web chat rooms inundated with messages for the band. Fans wanting to learn more about the four boys and how they got together can log onto their official fansite at

Specsavers marketing director, Andrew Molle, says: 'We all have our fingers crossed. It's amazing to think that our ad campaign has sparked such a phenomenon. We're hoping that the single will enter the charts and raise lots of money for Guide Dogs. It's been a whole lot of fun and all for a good cause. We wish the boys the very best of luck.'