Nordglass Becomes a Bronze Sponsor for Auto Glass Week™
March 19, 2012

by Katie O'Mara,

Nordglass has signed on as a Bronze Sponsor for the 2012 Auto Glass Week™ event in Louisville, Ky., this September 20-22.

"We look forward to attending and sponsoring our first Auto Glass Week in Louisville, Kentucky, and introducing our high quality automotive glass to the North American automotive aftermarket," says Steve Skorupa, director of sales and distribution, USA.  "We are excited about meeting with our current and future customers and providing them with our simple and complex auto-glass products."

"Adding new companies to the Auto Glass Week sponsorship line-up was part of the event expansion plan for the 2012 show," says event coordinator, Ally Curran. "We are thrilled to have Nordglass join our 2012 line-up of sponsors. Their sponsorship shows dedication and commitment to the betterment of the auto glass industry."

Auto Glass Week will be held at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. The Exhibition/Extravaganza will be held September 21-22 at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

Nordglass, based out of Poland, is a European manufacturer of aftermarket glass for the automotive industry. Nordglass has provided quality products to the European market for over 20 years by keeping up with technology and maintaining state of the art manufacturing and quality testing facilities.

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

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