Nace Adds New Event For 2006: The Auto Glass Expo @ NACE

The International Autobody Congress and Exposition (NACE) has added the Auto Glass Expo @ NACE (AGX), a new national auto glass event within the NACE Exposition, to its list of show activities.

Auto Glass Repair & Replacement magazine (AGRR) is an endorser of the AGX and will also serve as the official magazine for the event. In an effort to broaden their outreach to the body shop community, the Independent Glass Association (IGA) and the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) are also endorsing this event.

“Some of the leading auto glass suppliers have exhibited at NACE for a number of years where they encountered many of their regular customers in addition to many who use auto glass replacement services. Those suppliers have taken it upon themselves to inquire about having an auto glass pavilion at NACE where they can invite the whole auto glass industry to attend. We have responded favorably. As a result we are creating a special area and related activities for auto glass repair and replacement,” states Ron Pyle, ASA President and Chief Staff Executive.

Ray Asbery, President of Equalizer Industries, Inc., who was instrumental in the development of the AGX, said, “We have been given an exciting means of helping the auto glass industry have a genuine, well-attended, and focused NATIONAL show again. At NACE, attendees from our industry can talk to all the vendors, attend sessions on the latest trends in auto glass, watch demos where the most up-to-date technologies are demonstrated, and hear how to solve problems they will encounter in their daily work.”

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600450 Nace Adds New Event For 2006: The Auto Glass Expo @ NACE
Date: 7 August 2006

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