Symposium Exhibits Sell Out, Large Audience Anticipated
The Protective Glazing Council (PGC) has announced that all 17
exhibit booths for the Fall Symposium in Washington, D.C., have
been sold in anticipation of a large audience of architects, government
officials and glazing contractors. The event will take place October
17-18th at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.
The Symposium features several high profile speakers from the anti-terrorism
and building protection fields.
"We are very excited that exhibitors have recognized the opportunity
to be in front of a large population of building owners and designers
on this important issue," said Brian Pitman, director of marketing
and communications for PGC. "With attendance being free to
this segment of the industry, it is important for member companies
to step up and represent the increasing need for protective glazing
through exhibits and sponsorships of the Symposium."
Sponsorships for the event are still available.
Pre-registration is required for free attendance. Those wishing
to attend or sign up for a sponsorship may register on the PGC website.
The Protective Glazing Council represents manufacturers of protective
glazing products and systems, suppliers to these manufacturers,
consultants and testing organizations. The Association was organized
to provide support to government and industry in the development
of standards and specifications, as well as use of protective glazing
products, for blast resistance, bullet resistance, and main force
HERE to visit the PGC website to register or for more information
about the Fall Symposium.