IGA Announces Executive and Board Level Changes

Appointment of new Association President and addition of Board Members Sparks Change The Independent Glass Association (IGA) today announced that its board of directors has unanimously voted board member Matt Bailey of 20/20 Auto Glass to position of IGA president and has appointed Michael Driggs of Cape and Island Glass to a board seat.The appointment of Matt Bailey to President fills the position left by Alan Epley after his company was acquired in November 2012.

Michael Driggs fills an empty board seat left by Jim Short after Klein-Dickert was acquired as well. The IGA thanks Messrs. Epley and Short for their participation and dedication to both the IGA and the industry at large. Both gentlemen have been fixtures in the independent automotive glass retail industry for many years and their participation and presence will be missed.

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