Louisville Plate Glass strives to survive as it marks its 100th anniversary

Louisville Plate Glass Co. owner Bill Stone admits that he should be celebrating a major milestone.His business, which traces its roots to 1911, is among an elite group of Louisville firms to last 100 years.

Stone, a longtime Louisville businessman, recognizes the achievement and said he is proud the firm has lasted this long. But he’s not exactly jumping for joy.

Louisville Plate Glass produces custom glass products, designing and assembling products such as insulated and laminated glass.

Its business is closely attached to the commercial real estate industry, so the company has seen declining business in recent years ...

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