Auto Glass Journal editor and AGRR magazine blogger Bob Beranek was informed by Mazda about a potential problem with the lower driver side pinchweld area in 2010-2013 Mazda 3 vehicles.
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Mazda Issues Warning on 2010-2013 Mazda 3 Pinchweld
Key Communications, parent company of AGRR magazine, has hired Erica Terrini to join its staff.
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AGRR Adds Assistant Editor; Welcomes Erica Terrini
This month, the glassBYTEs.com newscast, sponsored by AGRR™ magazine, announces the dedication of Auto Glass Week™ to Ray Asbery, the late founder and CEO of Equalizer Industries.
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The Boyd Group Income Fund, which owns Boyd Autobody and Glass, Gerber Collision and Glass and Gerber National Glass Services, has reported that its sales increased by 31.7 percent to $107.4 million for the first quarter of 2012, compared with $81.6 million in the first quarter of 2011.
Boyd Group Income Fund Reports 31.7 Percent First-Quarter Increase in Sales
Key Communications Inc., publisher of Auto Glass Repair and Replacement (AGRR), USGlass magazine and several other titles serving the glass industry, has purchased the assets of Auto and Flat Glass Journal from BKB Publications of Florida.
Key Communications Inc. Purchases Auto and Flat Glass Journal
State Farm said today that it will add about 90 jobs in central Ohio, part of the 3,000 new positions the insurer plans to add across the country.
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State Farm to Add 90 Jobs in Central Ohio
Key Communications Inc. has announced that Penny Stacey, who has served as an editor for the company’s AGRR magazine for nine years, has been named editor of USGlass magazine, effective with the March 2012 issue.
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Key Communications Announces Staff Changes and Promotions
Yesterday’s glassBYTEs.com/AGRR magazine report about an anonymous letter received by several Michigan auto glass shops has brought forth several readers from across the United States who say they also received the anonymous letter, titled “New Antitrust Concerns.”
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Anonymous Letter Appears to be More Widely Spread Than Previously Thought
Grey Mountain Partners of Boulder, Colo., acquired Binswanger Enterprises LLC in Memphis, Tenn., last week, from another private equity firm, Sun Capital Partners.
Binswanger is Glad to be "Standalone Organization," Carrillo Says
The December glassBYTEs.com newscast, sponsored by AGRR magazine, includes a look at two new books by industry veterans and the latest details on Auto Glass Week 2012.
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