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Live from GlassBuild America Sept. 15

September 16, 2010

Who was Today’s Mystery Exhibitor?

Klein USA in Booth #445 was today’s Mystery Exhibitor. The lucky attendee who will receive $100 in cash is John Nagler from Portal Doors & Partitions in Whittier, CA.

The final Mystery Exhibitor clue for tomorrow is “Thursday’s Mystery Exhibitor is a 2010 Crystal Achievement Award Winner!” Make sure to visit all the exhibiting Crystal Achievement Award Winners for your chance to win $100!

Hint: Crystal Achievement Award winners are listed in the Glass Magazine and Window & Door. Pick up your copy of both magazines in the NGA Publications Booth #1857.

Show Floor Buzz

Today’s show floor buzz…

“We are a company from Spain and just opened a branch office in New York City. We have had a lot of people stop by the booth excited with the products that we develop because it is very innovative and the [solar] market is growing up very fast. We are very happy with our participation in this show.” Diego Cuevas, Onyx Solar Booth# 652.

First time exhibitor, Onyx Solar can be found in the Innovations Pavilion in Booth# 652. They will also be participating in tomorrow’s first seminar Solar & Efficiency – Building Integrated Photovoltacis in Fenestration Application. The seminar will be held in room N257.

“The Inaugural Window and Door Dealers (WDD) Forum impressed — in outstanding take-away content on best practices on labor, marketing and other management topics. The higher than expected attendance was heartening and provided top-notch dealer networking opportunities.  Plans are now underway for the 2nd Annual WDD Forum at GlassBuild America 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia,” stated David Walker, Window & Door Dealers Alliance Booth# 1851.

“This is the best show that I’ve been to in a while” stated Rick Nelson, Bohle America, Inc. Booth# 1865.

GlassBuild America Final Day

Tomorrow is GlassBuild America’s final day. Thursday starts at 9am with the seminar: Solar & Efficiency – Building Integrated Photovoltacis in Fenestration (BIPV) Applications. This is a “can’t miss” seminar that will dive into the highly interesting BIPV topic. The Solar & Energy Efficiency seminar is followed by a Decorative Glass seminar titled: Is it All About the Product or Design Process?

The GlassBuild America show floor opens at 9am, an hour early, tomorrow. Make sure you visit those booths you didn’t get to on the first two days.

After 40 years, Don Johnson, will be retiring from the industry. Be sure to wish him well as he scoots around the show floor.

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