Are You Thinking? Contract Glaziers, Suppliers Learn to "Get
Along" at Glass Expo Midwest 2007 Seminar
A noted contract glazier and noted suppliers of glass and a metal
will come together to talk about the ways they drive each other
crazy-and the biggest beefs they have with each other are in the
seminar session "What Are You Thinking? Can Contract Glaziers,
Glass and Metal Suppliers All Just Get Along?" at Glass Expo
Midwest 2007 (GEMS) in Grand Rapids, Mich., on October 9.
no-holds-barred session will explain why each does what they do
and attendees will come away with ten proven tips on how to work
with suppliers (or customers) to increase efficiency and decrease
your costs. The seminar, featuring Lyle R. Hill, president of MTH
Industries of Chicago; Robert Price, director of sales of J.E. Berkowitz
of Pedricktown, N.J.; and Steve Green, TubeLite of Walker, Mich.,
is designed to provide attendees with a greater understanding of
how to work better together. Come for the fireworks
few laughs besides.
Glass Expo Midwest will be held at Amway Grand Plaza Hotel &
DeVos Place, October 9-10. The event is co-sponsored by the Michigan
Glass Association, Detroit Glass Dealers Association, Ohio, Minnesota,
Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin Glass Associations, Illinois Glazing
Association, the Association of Glazing Contractors and USGlass
Members of the co-sponsoring trade associations may pre-register
for free through September 21.
For others, pre-registration through September 21, is only $59 for
a full registration, $49 for a daily registration and $10 for trade
show only. After September 21, it will cost $59 for a daily registration
and $79 for full registration and $19 for trade show only for both
members and non-members.
"What Are You Thinking? Can Contract Glaziers, Glass and Metal
Suppliers All Just Get Along?" will be held on Tuesday, October
9, at 10:30 a.m.
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