Guardian Auto Glass Celebrates Denver Area Grand Opening

Date: 14 September 2011
Last month, Guardian Auto Glass celebrated the Grand Opening of its new location in Arvada, Colorado, in the Denver-area.

The ribbon cutting attracted more than 60 people, including business ambassadors from the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, customers, friends and family members.

The new store provides automobile glass repair and replacement services and was formed using the local ownership/management model which Guardian Auto Glass LLC uses as it expands its footprint into new regions across the country. In addition to the Denver location, since January, Guardian Auto Glass has opened locations in Tucson, Phoenix, Southern California, Atlanta and Pittsburgh.

The Arvada management team - Joe Brown, Leslie Kois, Lisa Lovatto, Rodney Schroth and Sabra Taylor – were thrilled with the turnout and the support they have received from the community.

“We look forward to providing first-class automotive glass service to the businesses and residents of Arvada and the surrounding communities,” said Jerry Ray, vice president of Guardian Auto Glass. "The Denver team, like those at our other new locations across the country, are really stepping up to position Guardian Auto Glass as the premier automotive glass service provider in the communities we serve.”

Guardian Auto Glass LLC was formed in 2010 between Guardian Glass Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corp., and LRST LLC to manage and grow the retail auto glass business of Guardian.

Guardian Auto Glass LLC is seeking owners, qualified sales professionals and operations managers who seek ownership and/or employment opportunities in their markets, throughout the US. See our banner ad on the website for further details, or contact us at

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