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Entrepreneur Magazine ranked the top global franchises and several auto glass companies made its 2020 listing. Novus Glass, Ziebart, Glass Doctor and SuperGlass Windshield Repair made it on to the magazine’s Franchise 500. The Annual Franchise 500 ranks franchise companies … Continue reading
SuperGlass Windshield Repair, headquartered in Orlando, released its Top 40 Franchises in Sales for 2017, which recognizes the company’s top performers, including international locations. Here are the rankings, according to the company: Rank Location Owner/Operator 2017 Sales 1 Phoenix Quinton … Continue reading
Entrepreneur Magazine has released its 39th annual list of top 500 franchises, and six companies related to the auto glass industry landed a spot this year—Matco Tools, MacTools, Ziebart, Glass Doctor, SuperGlass Windshield Repair and Novus Glass. No. 36 – … Continue reading
Entrepreneur Magazine has released its list of top 500 franchises for 2015 and five companies that offer AGRR services are on the list—Novus Glass, SuperGlass Windshield Repair, Ziebart, Techna Glass and Glass Doctor. “The process began in July 2014, when … Continue reading
After an unexpected illness, Fawne Moore, who helped to establish Florida-based SuperGlass Windshield Repair, passed away Thursday, January 23. She is the daughter of David Casey, president of the company.
Several automotive glass companies have been ranked on Entrepreneur magazine’s 35th Annual Franchise 500. The top 500 companies were determined based on financial and statistical data from July 2011 through July 2013.
A new SuperGlass Windshield Repair franchisee has opened Fort Collins, Colo., this week. Additional franchisees are slated for Lagos, Nigeria, and London. Continue reading
Imagine making your own brackets, fittings and custom cases for your AGRR company—all from the comfort from your office. Florida-based SuperGlass Windshield Repair manufacturers some of these very items in-house with a 3-D printer.