GlassBuild America – Final Day – Successful Show

Date: 21 September 2011
Wednesday, The Final day allowed attendees and exhibitors to wrap up a successful 2011 GlassBuild America.

For those of you who missed out on coming to Atlanta, here’s a look at some of the color and excitement on the floor!

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The morning seminars closed out GlassBuild America’s educational offerings. The Building Integrated Photovoltaic’s session was standing room only and attendees heard some amazing statistics about the continued growth of Solar materials.  The other two seminars, Decorative Design process and Performance Window & Door specifications were also well attended and featured very lively and beneficial dialogue.

Also the first annual “Best in Show” winners were announced today. Out of 393 booths on a sold out floor, the voters selected the following exhibits as the Best in Show.  Here are the winners by category classification.

Best in Show – Large Booth

Chelsea Building Products, Inc.

Deceuninck North America

Guardian Industries

Lauren Mfg.

Best in Show – Medium Booth

General Glass Int’l.

Salem Distributing Co.

Truth Hardware

Best in Show – Small Booth

AGC Glass Company North America

John Evans’ Sons, Inc.

Walker Glass Co., Ltd.

Best in Show – 10’ x 10’

Glass Technology, Inc.

Vicer-Vidraria Central De Ermesinde, LDA

Zircon Corp.

Best in Show – Machinery

Erdman Automation Corp.

Glaston America, Inc.

Best in Show – Innovative

GED Integrated Solutions, Inc.

Konarka Technologies, Inc.

Congratulations to all of our winners!  Winning this year was an accomplishment with a trade show floor stocked with fantastic  efforts.

Voting was strong and four lucky judges won $50 American Express Gift Cards and they were:

Jason Coltharp of Architectural Metals

Mark Lods of Koch Corporation

Jay Smith of Swarfbuster

Tim Wunnick of Cardinal IG

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