Rich Campfield
David Casey
Troy Mason

NWRA Elects New Board Leadership

May 22, 2012

by Katie O'Mara,

The National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) has elected new officers. Rich Campfield has been elected president, David Casey as vice president and Troy Mason will continue as treasurer and secretary.

Campfield, founder of Ultra BOND, succeeds Kerry Wanstrath who served as association president since 2010.

“My plan for the NWRA is to play a more involved role in the industry’s policies and politics that affect and hamper the benefits of windshield repair from reaching the consumer,” says Campfield. “Since we founded the NWRA in 1994 windshield repair has advanced in technology, chemistry, communication, guidelines, standards, certification, resin testing, organization and cooperation amongst competitors.

Campfield started a windshield repair business in 1986 and became a windshield repair manufacturer in 1990. He is the founder of many windshield repair methods, chemicals and institutions such as Ultra BOND, the Multi-Viscosity Crack Repair Method, Edgeguard, Rain Resin. Campfield also has many tool, method and chemical patents. He also was a founding member of the NWRA.

“When I first became a windshield repair manufacturer in 1990 my competitors only communicated by way of attorneys. Now we are friends that work together for the good of the industry thanks to the NWRA,” says Campfield. “However, a great deal of our advancement has been restrained and is not benefiting the consumer or the environment near as much as it could be. I, in essence, will be turning up the volume of windshield repair. Stay tuned and be involved as I will need your support.”

Casey has been in the windshield repair industry for over 31 years. In 1992 he founded SuperGlass Windshield Repair in Orlando, Fla. He has been a member of the NWRA board of directors since the association began.

Mason founded Techna Glass in 1991, just a year after he entered the industry as an installer for another company. Today, the company has 17 locations in Utah and Nevada. Mason has been involved in the NWRA for many years.

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