'Glass Expo' coming, about windshields not art

Glass professionals from all over the world will gather at Glass Expo 2004 in Redmond on August 26-28.

The conference will offer glass technicians the opportunity to network with other professionals, education sessions showcasing tips and techniques of the trade, industry news, business building information, and Glas-Weld Certification School training. “This year we are pulling out all the stops with an agenda designed to be both fun and educational,” said Mike Boyle, President of Glas-Weld Systems. “We are here to help our customers achieve their goals through our complete education programs and certification training.”Glass Expo 2004 will offer technician panels discussing secrets to success and technical tips on windshield repair and scratch removal.The conference will also present forums on business planning, marketing, and advertising from the ground up. Glas-Weld representatives will provide product demonstrations on windshield repair and scratch removal, industry updates, and information about new products and add-on services.

Based in Bend, Oregon, USA, with a network of dealers and distributors worldwide, Glas-Weld Systems, Inc. is a leading supplier of tools and materials for glass service companies who need to manage their enterprise for maximum operational control and profitability. Glas-Weld is recognized as the solution of choice for progressive and demanding glass service organizations. Glas-Weld is a total solution provider that offers leading-edge technologies and unparalleled training and support.

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