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Safelite CEO and president, Tom Feeney, spoke with AGRR/glassBYTEs.com’s Deb Levy late last week about a variety of topics including the company’s recent TruRoad acquisition. Feeney also said there was absolutely no truth to the rumors of a possible acquisition … Continue reading
Today at Auto Glass Week™ 2019, Troy Mason of TechnaGlass was honored as the recipient of the tenth annual Carl F. Tompkins Award for Excellence in advancement of auto glass safety. The event is being held this week in Indianapolis. … Continue reading
The National Windshield Repair Division (NWRD) of the Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) has announced the formation of a new ANSI committee to develop a standard for windshield repair. The standard will be the successor to the Repair of Laminated … Continue reading
The spring meetings of the Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) were held last week in Tampa, Fla. The meetings were the first in which the members of the former National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) were incorporated into the AGSC. Newly-elected … Continue reading
The Auto Glass Safety Council™ (AGSC) and the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) will consolidate into one organization, effective January 1, 2019. Though technically not a merger, NWRA will dissolve and its membership, standards and work products will be welcomed … Continue reading
Auto glass professionals began their journey through Auto Glass Week™ on the first day of the conference today. Guests and participants could take advantage of seminars and added programs like Morning Coffee with Carl Tompkins. Morning Coffee with Carl Tompkins … Continue reading
Two of the nation’s top auto glass companies, the Bowrail Group, (parent of J.N. Phillips and StrategicClaim) and Techna Glass Inc. are combining under a new holding company called TruRoad Holdings Inc. The move significantly changes the landscape of the … Continue reading
The National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) board of directors recently elected Troy Mason, CEO of Techna Glass Inc. in South Jordan, Utah, as its new president. The position took effect on July 1. Mason has a number of hopes for … Continue reading
If you had to boil the secrets down to a simple adage, it may be this: Have a plan and execute it. That was the essence of the presentation, “How to Succeed Without Size (Yet)” delivered by two successful automotive … Continue reading
Join us at Auto Glass Week™ 2016, October 5-7, and learn from the best in the business. The three-day automotive glass industry event will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, Texas.
TechnaGlass, a regional leader in the automotive glass repair and replacement industry, today announced the acquisition of The Glass Shoppe in Roosevelt, Utah.
Automotive glass company owner Troy Mason has a secret weapon in his training arsenal. He only brings it out once a year, but it’s among his most effective.
Salt Lake City, Utah-based TechnaGlass has partnered with Satmetrix, the co-creator of the Net Promoter methodology. The regional AGRR company will deploy Satmetrix’s methodology and software to further improve its customer service.
Former Belron and Safelite AutoGlass executive Rich Harrison has become a minority equity owner in Utah-based TechnaGlass, a chain of 36 stores with locations in Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Mississippi, Kentucky and Ohio.
Sandy, Utah-based TechnaGlass has acquired Precision Auto Glass in Clackamas, Ore.
The National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA) recently elected a new vice president and treasurer when it met in Reno, Nev. Troy Mason of TechnaGlass in Sandy, Utah, was named vice president, and Keith Beveridge of Novus in St. Paul, Minn., was named treasurer.
What comes out of an industry leadership panel moderated by seasoned business veteran Suzy Welch? Wisdom on everything from personnel management to standing out among competitors.
Techna Glass recently presented Children’s Primary Hospital with a check for $4,602.
Techna Glass’ Utah auto glass shops recently raised money by inviting consumers to come out and get their windshields repaired with all proceeds going to Primary Children’s Hospital.
August unemployment rates were lower in 311 of the 372 metropolitan areas than at the same time in 2012, but higher in 47 areas, and unchanged in 14 others, according to the latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And many auto glass companies, such as B-Rite Glass Co. in an Atlanta suburb, say business demand is increasing as unemployment rates decline.