IGA of Iowa Hosts AGRSS Informational Session
March 9, 2011

AGRSS business development director Dan Mock (right) addresses the IGA of Iowa.

The Independent Glass Association (IGA) of Iowa recently hosted an Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards (AGRSS) informational session, during which AGRSS business development director Dan Mock spoke. Mock spoke about the benefits of becoming an AGRSS-Registered Company.

“The event was well attended and those present were able to learn first-hand what AGRSS is all about, while having the opportunity to have their questions answered,” writes the IGA of Iowa in a statement about the event. “After learning the facts and benefits of becoming an AGRSS-Registered Shop, several in attendance made the decision to do so.”

The IGA of Iowa paid $50 of the registration fee for each member company that chose to become AGRSS-Registered during the course.

The group holds a training course annually in March.

Be sure to look for the March/April issue of AGRR, which includes an exclusive interview with Mock about his hopes for the AGRSS Council Inc.’s work.

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