Twenty-Nine to Compete for "World's Best Auto Glass
With registration closed and the final numbers tallied, 29 competitors
will vie for the title of "World's Best Auto Glass Technician"
at the Auto Glass Technician Olympics in Las Vegas in November.
Last year's winner, Jeff Olive of Glasspro, will return as an alternate
judge for the competition, but second place finisher Lynn Lovetinsky from
Cedar Rapids, Iowa is returning as a competitor, aiming to take the title.
He'll have plenty of competition, including the first woman to go for
gold in the event-Mary Morrissette.
GlassBYTEs.com will introduce you to a new contestant every day, so stay
tuned to meet the entire field (CLICK
HERE to read today's Contestant Closeup).
The Auto Glass Technician Olympics, now in its second year, is co-sponsored
by the Independent Glass Association (IGA) and AGRR magazine. The event
follows on the heels of the second annual Auto Glass Replacement Safety
Standard (AGRSS) Conference and both events, along with the National Windshield
Repair Association Conference and the Windshield Repair Olympics are co-located
this year with the Auto Glass Expo @ NACE.
The events will be held November 1-4, 2006 at the Mandalay Bay Convention
Center in Las Vegas.
for more information about the Auto Glass Technician Olympics.