Auto Glass Week Announces New Copper
Sponsor: Marcy Adhesives
July 9, 2013
Auto Glass Week, the three-day international event featuring
auto glass repair and replacement competitions, educational seminars
and an exhibition/extravaganza, is proud to announce that Marcy
Adhesives, a leader in inventing, manufacturing and distributing
adhesive-related products for the glass and automotive industries,
is sponsoring the event at the Copper level.
"Marcy Adhesives started as a small supplier of windshield
molding retention tape in 1989, and has become a leading manufacturer
of auto glass accessories around the globe. We like to "wow"
our technicians and installers with great new products, and have
earned multiple patents for product breakthroughs that have changed
the way auto glass is installed," said Steve Meizlish, president
of Marcy Adhesives.
As a Copper Sponsor of Auto Glass Week, Marcy Adhesives will be
featured on the Exhibition/Extravaganza floor September 18-20 in
222. According to Meizlish, Marcy Adhesives will showcase "an
all new pro-grade line of universal channel moldings and under glass
moldings, raising the level of quality installations."
now to see Marcy Adhesives and our full line-up of sponsors at Auto
Marcy Adhesives chose to sponsor Auto Glass Week for many beneficial
reasons, including the opportunity to network. "Auto Glass
Week is the single, largest gathering of industry professionals
in the U.S. We need to support it," said Meizlish.
"In today's world of emails and mobile phones, it is more
important than ever to communicate in person with people to share
concerns and ideas," Meizlish added.
Auto Glass Week draws more than 1,000 attendees and features top
industry players on the show floor each year. The event will be
held in Tampa, Fla., at the Tampa Convention Center and the Tampa
Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina, September 18-20.
Don't miss out on this event devoted to the auto glass industry.
For more information on attending or sponsoring, visit the official
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