AGRSS Council Hires Dan Mock as Business Development
January 12, 2011
The Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards (AGRSS) Council Inc.
has hired Dan Mock as its new business development director, effective
Monday, January 17.
In this newly created position, Mock will be responsible for growing
the number of AGRSS-registered companies and educating insurers
about the AGRSS Standard and the AGRSS-registered company program,
according to a release
from the AGRSS Council.
Mock has more than 36 years of experience in the glass industry,
including the last nine years with Glass Doctor, where he most recently
served as vice president of franchise relations and training. He
also is a long-time member of the AGRSS Board of Directors, but
has stepped down from that role to take this position. Mock will
report directly to the AGRSS Board of Directors.
"My mission is to grow AGRSS into a more recognized brand
by providing benefits and promotion of the Standard not only to
the driving public, technicians and shop owners, but by a cooperative
effort involving vendors, third-party administrators and the insurance
industry as well," says Mock. "My ultimate vision has
always been to leave a legacy of a better industry. I firmly believe
that AGRSS is in the position today to lead the industry in a new
direction. I trust others in our industry share my vision."
"We're really excited about this new chapter in the history
of the AGRSS Council," adds AGRSS Council president Debra Levy.
"Safety is such an important issue for all of us, and we're
thrilled about having someone so dedicated to the Council's mission
now working full-time to promote the Standard."
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