Pittsburgh Corning Creates Glass Block Website Option for Spanish Speakers

Pittsburgh Corning has launched a Spanish version of their glass block website providing an informational resource to a larger audience.

With a focus on usability, a majority of the content on the translated website is now in Spanish for Spanish speaking customers looking to learn more about glass block products and project planning.Pittsburghcorning.com is host to a wealth of knowledge concerning glass block products, and is now available to Spanish speaking customers making it easier for them to complete projects.

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Date: 14 November 2013
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