Hartung Glass Industries to Sponsor Private Tour of Museum of Glass

Date: 4 September 2013
Source: Hartung Glass Industries
Hartung Glass Industries is proud to sponsor a private, guided tour of the acclaimed Museum of Glass at the GANA Northwest Roundtable in Tacoma, WA (October 15, 2013)  The team at Hartung Glass is looking forward to welcoming GANA staff and all local & out of town attendees to this truly unique and fitting venue for a glass industry meeting.Program highlights include code updates from the city of Seattle, GANA update, GANA technical & advocacy update, Museum of Glass history and exhibitions, insurance/ indemnity, offshore curtain wall, social media, triple IGUs and Hartung's private tour of the Museum of Glass.

You also don't want to miss the networking reception; a seven minute walk from the museum across the Chihuly Bridge of Glass to Harmon Brewing Co. for drinks and appetizers.

Speakers include Kris Vockler from ICD High Performance Coatings, Stanley Yee of  Dow Corning, Ashley Charest from GANA, Duane Jonlin from the City of Seattle, Urmilla Sowell from GANA and Hartung's very own Garth Tait.

Tickets are $99 for GANA members and $200 for non-members. Click here for more information including schedule of events, registration and accommodation.

Hartung is offering a limited number of facility tours to glazing contractor GANA attendees on October 14th. Please email us for more information. 

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Date: 4 September 2013
Source: Hartung Glass Industries

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