FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Nicole Harris
WASHINGTON, DC (jULY 17, 2008) – Hitting 50,000+ mailboxes in about 10 days is the all-new, all-in-one Glass Magazine for members who read to improve their businesses. If you are involved in the commercial, retail or auto glass markets, you will find what's relevant for your business in the National Glass Association's new flagship magazine. Each industry segment has its own special section of editorial coverage. Outside these pages, you'll find glass business-focused features that give you ideas on how to grow your margins.
We've also expanded our industry products department to include product comparison charts and a new feature, "Tool Hound," where you will read what your peers say is the best tool and why.
This first issue is a combined July and August issue, but starting in September you'll receive Glass Magazine every month.
That's not all.
So watch for the new National Glass Association flagship magazine and its new website for more information, more often.
Please tell us what you think of your new magazine. You can email or call Nicole Harris, publisher, firstname.lastname@example.org; 866/342-5642, ext. 172 or anyone else on staff at NGA.
Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association is the largest trade association representing the flat (architectural) and auto glass industries. Based outside Washington, DC, and representing over 3,000 member companies and locations, NGA offers certification, education and training, including MyGlassClass.com – a state-of-the-art online training resource. NGA publishes the industry’s leading trade magazines: Glass Magazine® and Window & Door®; and e-newsletters: e-glass weekly™ and WDweekly™. In addition, NGA serves the industry and general public with its Web sites: glass.org, GlassBuildAmerica.com, GlassMagazine.com, WindowandDoor.com, and MyAutoGlass.org. NGA also hosts the industry’s premier annual trade events: GlassBuild America®: The Glass, Window & Door Expo and the National Auto Glass Forum. For more information on NGA, visit www.glass.org.