February 24, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 8
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Considering best practices—the theme at last week's Auto Glass Conference—where will you put your marketing dollars in the next three to five years?
Web site development
Print advertising
Trade show promotions
Web advertising
Customer co-operative programs

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News to know

National Auto Glass Conference raises its own best practices standard
The Who’s Who of the auto glass industry gathered in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 18-20, for a collaborative executive forum at the National Glass Association's 2009 National Auto Glass Conference. ... read more

Green at GlassWeek and the Building Envelope Contractors Conference

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2008 Mazda 3

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Are your customers selling for you?
Now there’s an idea made for tough economic times! If your customers aren’t your best salespeople, this just might be the time to evaluate how you move from good to great in their eyes. ... read more
Product spotlight

Hurricane-rated automatic sliding doors
Horton Automatics, Corpus Christi, Texas, expanded its line of hurricane-rated automatic sliding door systems to include the heavy duty HD-Storm series for wind pressures up to ±80 pounds per square foot. ... read more
Risk tip of the week

Keep your evacuation plan updated
Remember one of the first things that happened after Sept. 11? Businesses everywhere dusted off their emergency evacuation and disaster plans; or, if they didn’t have one, scurried around to put one in place. ... read more
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The St. Cloud (Minn.) Public Library features a sweeping unitized curtain wall with asymmetrical glass, and ample interior glazing, including glass walls, railings, doors and elevator enclosures.

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