American Mobile Glass is proud to announce that DOW® will be sponsoring two technicians to compete at this year’s Auto Glass Technician Olympics.
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PRLog (Press Release) – Jun. 13, 2014 – TRENTON, N.J. — Auto Glass Technician Olympics!
American Mobile Glass is proud to announce that DOW® will be sponsoring two technicians to compete at this year’s Auto Glass Technician Olympics. This will be their fourth year in the competition and looking to bring home the gold medal. Both technicians are DOW® trained and certified, and will be using the fast curing DOW® Express Kits for the installations in the competition. In the AGTO, the contestants are judged on the following criteria:
• Professionalism and credentials
• Technician comportment and vehicle inspection
• Proper product usage
• Proper equipment and tools usage
• Auto Glass Removal
• Installation Technique
• Post installation and clean up procedures
• Customer wrap up
• In depth knowledge credit
• Correction of inappropriate conditions
Their two contestants, Marty Bello and David Davila, have a combined 20 years experience in the automotive glass repair and replacement industry. They both specialize in high end windshield installations such as Porsche, Audi Bentley, BMW, and Mercedes. Both technicians enjoy what they do, and they aren’t afraid to show it. We are looking forward to see what they can deliver during the 2014 AGTO.
Auto Glass Week TM 2014 will be held in Baltimore on October 7-9, 2014. This will be the automotive glass event of 2014 with all the major automotive glass groups coming together to bring you one momentous event at the Baltimore Convention Center and Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel.
The 2014 event will bring together the Auto Glass Safety Council, Independent Glass Association, National Glass Association, National Windshield Repair Association and AGRR TM magazine in one convenient location.
The annual event will bring together all aspects of the automotive glass industry. Tools, mouldings, adhesive systems, automotive glass and more will be on display, discussed in seminars and incorporated with demonstrations and the two high-energy competitions.