GlasWeld Shines Bright Once Again in Windshield Repair Olympics

Date: 29 September 2011
For two years straight, technicians using GlasWeld equipment have come out ahead and shown their winning skills in the Walt Gorman Memorial Windshield Repair Olympics (WRO).

In 2010, Randy Olson from Chip Medic in Bend, Oregon took home the Gold Medal.

And this year’s Gold and Silver Medals went to José Manuel Llano of LuniaGlas in Gijon, Spain and Antonio Galvez of Walqaluna S.L. in Monzon, Huesco, Spain respectively.

GlasWeld is proud to be associated with the industry’s best windshield repair technicians, who also excel in professionalism and customer service. Our windshield repair kits are known and used around the world.

Congratulations to all who competed and who made this event exciting and fiercely competitive.

Mr. Llano Gold Medalist

Mr. Galvez Silver Medalist

600450 GlasWeld Shines Bright Once Again in Windshield Repair Olympics
Date: 29 September 2011

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