Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. Announces Update of Its International Product Marketing and Sales Division

Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. is now positioned to aggressively move forward with the sales and marketing of dealerships and products internationally.

The Company is currently dealing with individuals and/or companies within the international marketplace.

Recently the Company entered into a consulting agreement for assistance in promoting the Company's products and dealership sales throughout the territories of Mexico and Central America. This consultant is also currently working with individuals and/or companies who are interested in purchasing dealerships rights in Mexico City and other locations in mainland Mexico.

Since entering into the consulting agreement, the consultant has informed the company that his group has completed the translation necessary for the new Spanish version of both the brochure and website. Their proficient Spanish communication skills and abilities will greatly assist Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. with providing promotional brochures, videos and product related materials in Spanish and will notably enhance the revenues, growth and business objectives for Absolute Glass Protection Inc.'s International Division.

The International Division of Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. intends to duplicate the concept of utilizing specialty marketing and sales consulting groups or individuals to assist Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. in opening other international marketplaces. The Company is currently negotiating and seeking potential consulting groups and individuals for specific markets such as the United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, China and other Asian and European territories.

It is imperatively clear that utilizing consulting groups and/or individuals who are professional and have proficient communication skills in speaking, reading and writing the proper languages for these international territories is necessary in order to enhance sales and revenues for Absolute Glass Protection, Inc.

As the Company expands into the global marketplace it will adapt its marketing and sales strategies and materials to conform to the culture and requirements for each new territory. Although we all would like to feel safe and secure in our environments, it is becoming more difficult due to drastic changes in today's world.

Acts of terrorism have become a major component when planning for safety and security. The overall effects of terrorist type activities are forcing new requirements for the protection of all types of glass. Whether it is existing glass already in place or glass to be used for new construction, Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. is positioning the Company to provide affordable, professional and reliable solutions to today's problems in regards to glass protection.

The statistics projected in relation to protecting glass within the United States and international markets is growing at a significant rate. New construction is continuing to utilize more and more glass in the governmental, industrial, commercial and residential markets. Absolute Glass Protection, Inc.'s existing product line of Safety and Security Film Laminates provides the ultimate solution for glass protection in today's world. Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. is aligned perfectly with where the glass protection market is heading both nationally and internationally.

Special Note: The Company intends to add additional safety and security related products which will further enhance their overall growth objectives. These new products will offer a variety of other protection options for people, property and their assets. The Company will also be introducing a specialty line of decorative films for commercial and residential applications. More information regarding Absolute Glass Protection, Inc.'s new products and the decorative film line will be revealed in our next release.

Absolute Glass Protection, Inc. offers extreme glass protection levels for the protection of businesses, persons and their assets. Our products are an ultra high-tech and high performance micro thin safety and security laminated film combination with options of single or multiple layers to ensure your protection needs. These high quality laminated films are tough, extremely durable and once applied to existing glass creates a virtually penetration-resistant invisible shield. The combination of our unique film laminates to glass allows for the ultimate protection for government, industrial, commercial, residential and automotive glass available today.

Our safety and security film laminates work as an integral element for requirements against thefts, accidents, bullets, explosions, terrorism, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes. Our safety and security film laminates hold broken glass together like an invisible glove. Our uniquely laminated films create a safety and security barrier for your home, commercial, industrial or government buildings, thus discouraging break-ins, vehicle intruders, violent crimes, theft and penetration by dangerous objects.

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