Key Communications Inc. To Manage Independent Glass Association

The association management division of Key Communications, Inc., has been hired to manage the Independent Glass Association (IGA), to succeed Marc Anderson who has resigned to pursue other interests.

"Marc has pledged his availability to work on grassroots efforts in the future should the need arise,” says Dave Zoldowski, president of the association.

"IGA's board members are committed to developing new programs that will help their members and we are committed to helping them do so," says Key's president Debra Levy.

Levy added that the association's annual meeting, to be held May 18-19 in Las Vegas, will unveil a number of new initiatives and provide a blueprint for helping shops in the future and that sales of booth space have been strong.

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600450 Key Communications Inc. To Manage Independent Glass Association
Date: 6 January 2007

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