Safelite Opens New Shop in Bradford, Penn.

Date: 14 October 2011
BRADFORD, Penn. – Oct. 6, 2011 Safelite AutoGlass®, the nation’s leading provider of vehicle glass repair and replacement services, is opening a store located at 568-570 Chestnut Street in Bradford approximately October 17.

The new 3,100-square-foot facility allows Safelite AutoGlass® to expand inventory to approximately 120 vehicle glass parts, as well as provide in-shop space for installation and repair service. This allows more same- or next-day appointments for drivers in northern Pennsylvania and southern New York. Customers may still opt for mobile service as well.

The new location, which is visible from Route 219 Expressway and just 10 miles south of Interstate 86, is managed by Wanda Tilley and employs five others, including technicians and customer service representatives.

“We look forward to growing our presence in the Bradford community and serving our customers in a friendly and timely manner,” said Jeremy Harrington, general manager. “Keeping people safe while they are in their vehicles is critical. Vehicle glass is an important element of a car’s structural integrity, and we are happy to perform inspections to identify any problematic chips or provide a quote on glass damage.”

Safelite® customers in the Bradford area and elsewhere can receive a quote or schedule service 24/7 at or by calling 1-800-800-ASAP (2727). Both in-shop and mobile vehicle glass service appointments are available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Saturday.

About Safelite AutoGlass®

Safelite AutoGlass®, founded in 1947, is the nation’s leading provider of vehicle glass repair and replacement services, providing mobile service to more than 95 percent of the U.S. population in all 50 states. The Columbus, Ohio-based company employs nearly 10,000 people across the United States and served 4 million customers last year. For more information, visit

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