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Organized by the National Glass Association, GlassBuild America showcases glass processing equipment, window and door manufacturing equipment, and the latest technologies for all types of glass and fenestration products in North America.
Published by the National Glass Association and affiliated with the Window & Door Dealers Alliance, Window & Door is the leading publication serving dealers, distributors and manufacturers of windows, doors, skylights and other fenestration and millwork products for the residential and light commercial market.
Also, "Futon Life & Living Space," a quarterly produced by Amigo Publications (Providence, RI) beginning in 1989; "Home Decor Buyer," a monthly from Hoyt Publishing (Skokie, IL) published since 1999; "Autoglass Magazine," a bimonthly launched by the National Glass Association (McClean, VA) in 1990; "RCR Wireless News," published 40 times a year and launched in 1981 for the wireless communications industry by Crain Communications (Golden, CO); "TurfNet," a bimonthly for golf course professionals produced by Turnstile Publishing Co.
The Window & Door Dealers Alliance is an initiative of the National Glass Association (NGA), based in McLean, VA.
March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Announcing a special recognition appearing in the February, 2013 issue of Glass Magazine published by National Glass Association .
Centerpoint has been awarded the "2006 Crystal Achievement Award" for the most innovative glazing product by the members of the window and door industry and the National Glass Association.
Organized by the National Glass Association, Glassbuild America showcases glass processing equipment, window and door manufacturing equipment, and the latest technologies for all types of glass and fenestration products in North America.
Members tell us that Yellow Pages advertising is an important component in their outreach to consumers," said Michele Nosko, vice president of marketing for the National Glass Association (NGA).