M3 Glass Tecnologies announces new personnel

Date: 11 December 2008
Source: M3 Glass Technologies
M3 Glass Technologies is pleased to announce the addition of two well-known industry personalities to its team. Roger Erwin recently joined M3 Glass Technologies as Outside Sales Representative.

Roger began in the glass industry 25 years ago. He was VP of sales for two Texas Regional tempering and insulating plants, and he has served on the board of directors for the Houston Area Glass Dealers Association. Roger has been a sales representative for Gardner Glass Products, Complete Line Glass Wholesalers, Pilkington, and AFG.

Elaine Tschirgi was rehired effective January 1, 2009.

She returned as Decorative Glass Sales Representative after spending the last seven years with Sevasa USA and then North American Glass in Dallas, TX. She will coordinate the sales of acid etch, DecoTherm, Starphire, anti-reflective glass, pattern glass and other decorative glass products. She will have the added flexibility to combine these products with value-added processes like laminating, tempering, and bending.

“We are so pleased to welcome Elaine back. And Roger is someone we have sought after for many years,” said Chris Mammen, President. “Roger brings extensive industry experience from the float side, as well many years in distribution and fabrication. Elaine brings valuable knowledge of acid-etch and other decorative glass products. They both are well-respected and well-known in our industry. These are people of integrity who expect excellence of themselves; they’ll fit right in.&rdquo

About M3 Glass Technologies - Mammen Glass was founded in 1956 by J.H. and Lorene Mammen. Today the company is managed by their two sons, John and James Mammen, and by their grandson Chris Mammen. In-house capabilities include CNC glass cutting, beveling, polishing, drilling, routing, tempering, bending, DecoTherm digital ceramic frit glass decoration, and laminating. In 2006, the company introduced the name M3 Glass Technologies to differentiate and brand its growing fabrication and wholesale business. The company was the US Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year for the southwest and south central United States each of the last two years. The company was listed in the 2007 and 2008 “Inc. 5000” list, and was named by US Glass Magazine as one of the “20 Best Companies to work for in the glass industry.” More articles about the company can be found in the press section of www.mammen.com

For More Information contact Chris Mammen: Presidentchris@m3glass.com Tel: (214) 614-9650 www.m3glass.com, www.mammen.com

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