Nick St. Denis, editor of™, has been recognized by the magazine’s parent company, Key Communications Inc., through its presentation of the Award for Extraordinary Service. The honor is presented annually and was named after vice president for media services Holly X. Biller who has been with Key Communications for 20 years, and epitomizes the definition of extraordinary.

Nick St. Denis and Holly Biller.

St. Denis was presented the award on December 18 at the company’s annual Christmas party by Debra Levy, president.

“We are thrilled to present this award to Nick St. Denis,” says Levy. “Not only does he continue to help us enhance, USGlass magazine and the Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal™, but he is forging the development of a new department and service area for our organization, which will be announced about a year from now.”

St. Denis serves as the editor of USGNN, the daily e-newsletter for USGlass magazine. He also serves as USGlass assistant editor, and now research editor.

“I am truly honored and humbled to have received this award among a staff of so many deserving employees,” said St. Denis. “I am very grateful for the opportunity to work with such amazing people and under fantastic company leadership—all of whom I respect so much. It is an honor and one I do not take for granted.”

Key Communications Inc. is a media services company that publishes various magazines and websites including USGlass, Door and Window Market (DWM), Automotive Glass Repair and Replacement(AGRR), Window Film, Auto Glass Journal™ and the Architects’ Guide to Glass and Metal. Key also manages several industry associations and educational events throughout the year.


  1. Congratulations Nick! Well deserved.

    1. Thank you, Kevin! I really appreciate that.

  2. Congratulations, Nick! You do an outstanding job.

    1. Thanks so much, Lisa.

  3. Way to go, Nick!

    1. I appreciate the note, Troy. Thank you.

  4. Congratulations, Nick!

    1. Thank you very much, Angela.

  5. Nick,

    It’s always nice to be recognized for going “above and beyond”. Well done and congratulations!

    1. Glenn, I really appreciate the kind words. Thanks so much.

  6. Congratulations, Nick! Very proud of you.

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