A week after Andy Johnson of the Solar Seal Company claimed a victory in the USGlass Pro Football Pick’em Challenge, the Challenge’s first-ever tie was had between APG International’s Tom Darigo—a second-time winner—and Steve Lewis of Technical Glass Products.
In Week 5, Johnson, a New England Patriots fan, recorded the Challenge’s best score to date, winning outright by picking 14 of 15 games correctly.
Last week, however, came down to the wire. Eight players finished with 12 correct picks, and Lewis, a Seattle Seahawks fan, and Darigo, a Philadelphia Eagles fan, were even on all four tiebreakers.
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*The Solar Seal Company is a custom architectural glass fabricator with three manufacturing facilities along the east coast—South Easton, Mass.; Hamden, Conn. and Stafford, Va. Solar Seal is part of the Consolidated Glass Holdings family of companies which includes Global Security Glazing, Columbia Commercial Building Products, NASG Holdings Inc. and Dlubak Specialty Glass.
*Technical Glass Products (TGP) supplies specialized glazing materials and systems for commercial and institutional buildings. The company has two business lines: fire-rated glass and framing and specialty architectural glazing. TGP has exclusive agency relationships with Nippon Electric Glass, Pilkington and RP Technik to distribute certain glass and framing product lines in North America and the Middle East. The company has offices in Seattle, Toronto, and Dubai.
*APG International, with its home offices located in New Jersey, specializes in the construction of building exterior systems and specialty glazing. The company designs, engineers and installs curtainwall, glass, panels, aluminum and specialty systems for office buildings, hotels, institutions, tenant improvements and retro-fitted projects.