Companies Sign On To Exhibit at Glass Expo Northeast™ 2011

Glass Expo Northeast 2011 is set to take place March 17-18, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Long Island at Wind Watch Hotel & Golf Club in Long Island (Hauppauge), New York.

The two-day event includes seminars, a trade show full of industry suppliers and networking opportunities, including a St. Patty’s Day Cocktail Party.

Though many months away, industry companies have already signed on to exhibit including Oldcastle Building Envelope™, C.R. Laurence Co. Inc., GTS, JLM Wholesale (also a sponsor of Thursday's coffee break), J.E. Berkowitz LP, Mayflower Sales Co. Inc., REBCO Incorporated and more.

Additional information about exhibiting at Glass Expo Northeast is www.glassexpos.com/.

600450 Companies Sign On To Exhibit at Glass Expo Northeast™ 2011 glassonweb.com
Date: 28 September 2010
Source: Glass Expo Northeast™ 2011

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