Press Release: AGRSS Council to Hold Silent Charity Auction October 27 in Chicago
August 17, 2010

The Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards (AGRSS) Council Inc. will hold its annual silent charity auction on October 27 in Chicago. The auction will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the first day of the annual International Auto Glass Safety (AGRSS) Conference, which is scheduled for October 27-28 at the Drury Lane Conference Center in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.

A cocktail party, giving attendees a chance to network with other industry associates, will be held in conjunction with the auction. Items auctioned off in the past have included an assortment of goods, from fishing trips to iPods.

The group currently is gathering items for this year's auction. To donate, please contact fundraising committee chair Jean Pero with Mygrant glass via e-mail at or by phone at 303/292-3230.

"For those donating items, this is a chance to help the AGRSS Council Inc. in an easy but important way," says AGRSS Council Inc. president Debra Levy. "Items donated in the past have included gift cards to a variety of stores, iPods, baseball tickets, jewelry, travel and more."

She adds, "For those planning to attend, it's a great chance to pick up some fun items and relax with industry associates who value auto glass safety and learn from one another."

The Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards (AGRSS) Council Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the safe replacement of auto glass. AGRSS was founded and is supported by companies in the auto glass replacement industry that keep safe installation
as their primary goal. The Council is also accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) - a standard development organization - and has developed North America's only auto glass replacement standard, the AGRSS Standard (ANSI/AGRSS 002-2002). The AGRSS Standard addresses procedures, education and product performance for the proper replacement of auto glass.

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