Noted Investigative Reporter Kurtis Ming
to Speak During Auto Glass Week 2012
September 5, 2012
|Kurtis Ming will speak during an AGSC's session
September 22 from 8 a.m to 9 a.m. during Auto Glass Week
Eight-time Emmy award winning investigative reporter Kurtis Ming
has been added to the Auto Glass Week program later this month
in Louisville, Ky.
Ming will speak during the breakout session, titled Role of the
Media in Promoting Safety. This session will be held Saturday,
September 22, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the Louisville Marriott Downtown
and is open to all.
"Ming's report last spring about improper windshield installations
brought nationwide attention to this serious issue. It is the mission
of the Auto Glass Safety Council to promote safe installations to
consumers and it is great to see the consumer press doing their
part, too," says Debra Levy, president of the Auto Glass Safety
Ming is an investigative reporter for CBS13 in Sacramento, Calif.
He heads up the "Call Kurtis" consumer advocacy program,
which has helped get back millions of dollars and resolve thousands
of disputes since 2006. Last spring, he conducted an expose on improper
windshield installations that garnished nationwide attention.
Auto Glass Week 2012 will be held September 20-22 in Louisville,
Ky. at the Louisville Marriott Downtown and the Kentucky International
Auto Glass Week will bring together all of the major auto glass
groups, including the Auto Glass Safety Council (formerly
the AGRSS Council® Inc.), Independent Glass Association (IGA),
National Glass Association (NGA), and the National Windshield Repair
Association (NWRA), along with AGRR magazine's Pilkington
Clear Advantage Auto Glass Technician Olympics and Walt Gorman Memorial
Windshield Repair Olympics. The International Window Film Conference
and Tint-Off also will be held concurrently. The event is
managed by AGRR magazine.
for the latest information as it becomes available.
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