October 14, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 41
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If you agree that people buy for two core reasons, pain or pleasure, which would you say dominates in today's market place?
To eliminate a current or impending problem (pain)
To realize some kind of new opportunity or gain (pleasure)
A bit of both


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What's the priority on the first day of GlassBuild America?

Looking for new products

59%

Comparing notes with friends and foes

26%

Checking stock market indices

15%


 

 

 

 

News to know

GlassBuild wraps up with good attendance,
happy exhibitors

GlassBuild America concluded at the Las Vegas Convention Center Oct. 8. Show management reported its verified visitor figure for Las Vegas as 8,019 and total registration figure as 9,292. ... read more

Read coverage of the 2008 American Master Installer Auto Glass Championship.

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Business updates

International news


Installation of the week

2008 Ford Escape
Download a free PDF featuring glass removal and replacement instructions for the 2008 Ford Escape.

Hundreds more installations are available at the new GlassMagazine.com.

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An election to remember
Steve Mort, CEO, Don’s Mobile is being elected chairman of the National Glass Association. Among his key priorities, Steve is committed to unifying the various segments of the glass industry during his tenure. ... read more

Product spotlight

Frameless vertical post system
Los Angeles-based C.R. Laurence Co. introduced frameless vertical post systems for all-glass look shower enclosures. ... read more

Risk tip of the week

Fire prevention and protection
With the emphasis on fire prevention during the month of October, now is a good time to review your procedures for preventing fires in the workplace. ... read more

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Project news

Atrium curtain wall carries heated water

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in Troy, N.Y., features a 20,000-square-foot glass curtain wall containing steel mullions that carry heated water to insulate the space.

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this Great glazing

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