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Jack Morris Auto Glass, located in Tennessee, found a unique way to protect its customers and employees to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. “We’ve all seen the plexiglass shields at retail stores, but at Jack Morris Auto Glass … Continue reading
Paul Morris, president of Jack Morris Auto Glass – Memphis, was recently featured in the Finding Funding segment of a New Normal virtual summit developed by the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland. Jack Morris Auto Glass didn’t … Continue reading
The government has created several relief programs as a result of COVID-19’s impact. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, the Economic Injury Disaster Advance Loan (EIDL), and the Families First Coronavirus … Continue reading
As COVID-19 continues to spread some auto glass businesses have implemented additional safety practices to ensure their employees and customers remain protected. glassBYTEs reached out to some industry professionals to learn what if any changes they’ve made. Carlex issued the … Continue reading
John “Jack” Morris III, the man behind Tenn.-based Jack Morris Auto Glass, passed away on Friday at the age of 87. Morris was known throughout his hometown as a civic leader and businessman, always putting the happiness of those around … Continue reading
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has taken a big step toward requiring future vehicles to talk to each other to prevent possible collisions. NHTSA has released an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and a Supporting Research Report on Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Communications Technology and expects to deliver notice of proposed rulemaking by 2016. “This could make it a little more interesting to install glass,” says Sam Shipley, owner of Maryland Auto Glass.
The AGRR industry in Memphis is feeling the pain after the city halted auto inspection requirements for registration renewal. Without this net to catch windshield damage, the demand for auto glass repair and replacement work is on the decline, according to reports from glassBYTEs™ readers.