NGA Welcomes Utah Glass Association as Affiliated Chapter

NGA Welcomes Utah Glass Association as Affiliated Chapter
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The National Glass Association is pleased to welcome the Utah Glass Association (UGA) as an NGA-affiliated Chapter.

NGA’s Chapter Affiliation Program reflects NGA’s commitment to support and encourage participation in regional glass industry associations through promotional support, access to NGA benefits for Chapter members, and mutual engagement in chapter and NGA activities and events.

“NGA has made educating the workforce one of its top strategic goals, and the Utah Glass Association’s recent launch of a four-year glazier apprenticeship program in Utah illustrates their commitment to that crucial common goal,” says Chris Bole, president, Pikes Peak Glass Inc. and chair of NGA’s Board of Directors. “I’m pleased to welcome UGA as an NGA-affiliated Chapter and look forward to collaborating in the months and years ahead.”

“The Utah Glass Association members are delighted to partner with the NGA in building the glazing industry to serve our customers and constituents through the development of people, industry knowledge, quality of services and products, safety, and our employees’ well-being,” says Tom Jackson, president, Steel Encounters and president of UGA’s Board of Directors.

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