GlassBuild America 2023: A Message from Nicole Harris

Nicole Harris, NGA President & CEO
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Nicole Harris, NGA President & CEO

Date: 31 October 2023

Here we are at the 20th edition of GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo!

It seems like just yesterday that we launched GlassBuild right here in Atlanta back in 2003.

For 20 years, GlassBuild has been a gathering place for the glass and fenestration industries to find products, meet up with new and longtime colleagues, and gain valuable insights to help business.

This year is no exception—we are welcoming an astounding 481 exhibiting companies to the GlassBuild aisles this year, including 94 new exhibitors. As you walk the show over the next 3 days, please join me in thanking the exhibitors and sponsors for supporting this great event.

Don’t forget to visit the Industry Pavilion where both the National Glass Association and Fenestration & Glazing Industry Alliance have been together for these past 20 years helping members find the solutions they need. NGA will be debuting MyGlassFAB, NGA’s newest training program for glass fabricators so be sure to stop by for more information.

And finally, we are wrapping up this 20th year with a rodeo-themed party on Thursday as we look forward to GlassBuild heading to Dallas, Texas in 2024. You don’t want to miss it! Ticket proceeds go to the NGA Foundation to support industry education.

See you on the show floor!

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