One Month Left to Register to Compete at Auto Glass Week™
July 19, 2011

If you want to compete in the auto glass repair or replacement competitions, now is the time to register. Competition registration closes in just one month, on August 19, 2011.

Both competitions, the Walt Gorman Memorial Windshield Repair Olympics™ and Pilkington Clear Advantage Auto Glass Technician Olympics™ will be held September 15-17, 2011, at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.

Registration is available online at autoglassweek.com/register or call the event management staff at 540/720-5584 and they will mail or fax you a registration form. There will be no on-site registrations to compete so be sure to register now.

All registrations must be in by end of day on August 19, 2011. Space is limited and slots are given on a first-come, first-served basis.
As a registered competitor, you will receive:

  • Admission to the Pilkington Clear Advantage Auto Glass Technician Olympics;
  • Admission to the Walt Gorman Memorial Windshield Repair Olympics;
  • Admission to the Winners Circle Cocktail Party on Friday;
  • Admission to all the seminars Thursday, Friday and Saturday;
  • Admission to the Exhibition/ Extravaganza;
  • Admission to the Auto Glass Week Cocktail Party on Thursday;
  • Admission to the International Window Film Tint-Off™; and
  • Admission to the Auto Glass Pub at the Memphis Marriott Downtown.

Auto Glass Week will bring together all of the major auto glass groups, including the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council (AGRSS), 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 Tint-Off and Conference™ also will be held concurrently. The event is managed by AGRR magazine.

For more information, visit www.autoglassweek.com.

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