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City Auto Glass (CAG) has a strong reputation spanning across several states, including Minnesota, western Wisconsin, northern Iowa, and most recently, mobile locations in central and southern Florida. Two of the company’s representatives share insight on future company expansion, mobile … Continue reading
Although this year may have been filled with twists and turns many auto glass shops, including City Auto Glass (CAG), have celebrated milestones. Mike Schenian, CAG president and Jon Laski, CEO, shared some of the business’ strengths leading up to … Continue reading
Thursday morning also gave attendees at Auto Glass Week™ in San Antonio the opportunity to take advantage of more seminars prior to the show floor opening. Seminars ranged from teaching the values of OE and aftermarket auto glass to advanced … Continue reading
The future relationship between glass and autonomous vehicles may appear murky. “Windows won’t be necessary when there’s no human inside who needs to see to pick a path,” writes Peter Wayner for The Atlantic. Doron Levin of Fortune asks, “What about the snow?” With new articles coming out each day on driverless vehicles, it may be hard to know what to expect. So what do AGRR industry veterans think?
It appears a large number of AGRR companies will be closed Friday and Saturday in celebration of Independence Day in the United States, but shop owners expect business demand to climb early next week as Fourth of July travelers return home. And one shop owner in Wilmington, N.C., says Tropical Storm Arthur will ramp up business even more. He is already seeing hail and strong winds today.
Novus Glass has announced South St. Paul, Minn.-based City Auto Glass as its newest franchisee.
Almost 70 percent of automotive glass technicians and company owners believe their business will grow in the new year, according to a glassBYTEs.com™ poll. And a big focus for 2014 will be ramping up technology usage.