SCGMA announces new logo and website

The Southern California Glass Management Association unveiled a new logo and website, The new logo promotes a forward-thinking and innovative approach to serving its contractor members, according to an association release.

The new website provides an online resource for its contractor members. The site offers functionality providing access to new online features such as a member directory, collective bargaining agreement information, and updates regarding labor relations, legislative and human resources.

"The goal of the association is to better serve the contractors and forward the industry through a value added approach. Creating a website that provides contractors with a tool to improve their businesses and provide a stronger online presence reflects our efforts to bring effective resources to our members and the industry," said SCGMA Association President Dan Hope. Hope is also president of Santa Barbara Glass Co. 

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