Glass Expo Northeast™ ’19 wrapped up a just over a week ago and was a resounding success. Attendees walked away with the latest product knowledge, vital network connections and indispensable education. The event also offered attendees the chance to win some big prizes and many left with more than they anticipated.

Door Prize Winners

Jose Leguisamo

Shortly after the show floor opened on Wednesday, March 27, the first door prize winner was announced. Jose Leguisamo of Jem Architecturals took home a set of Apple AirPods, donated by USGNN.com. Following Leguisamo’s win, a new winner was announced each hour on the show floor.

Steven Strauss

Steven Strauss with CSM Glass Co. Inc. won a golf-themed gift bag from Consolidated Glass Holdings (CGH), which consisted of a CGH themed tumbler, polo shirt and golf balls.

Bill O’Bryan

The next prize was a $200 Visa gift card provided by Bella Architectural Products & Manufacturing Inc. This was happily claimed by Bill O’Bryan of Certified Glass Corp.

Chad Lerner

The last door prize of the first day went to an ecstatic Chad Lerner of Mike the Glazier, who won a large screen 4K TV, provided by Architects’ Guide to Glass and Metal.

Brian Sadeli

The awarding of door prizes continued into the next day with a $100 Mastercard gift card, courtesy of Sika Corporation. Brian Sadeli with the North Fork Glass Shop was the happy and surprised recipient.

Buck Wivell

The final door prize, a $250 Amazon gift card donated by USGlass magazine, was awarded to Buck Wivell of Glass Concepts Inc.

However, the winning did not stop there as two more prizes were still to be awarded as the show wrapped up.

Additional Winners

This year, Glass Expo Northeast invited attendees to participate in a stamp card program. To participate in the drawing, attendees visited the exhibitors listed on the back of the card and had a representative place a stamp on that company’s logo. Once completed, the card was placed into a drawing for a chance to win $300. While many participated in the program, Barry Libes of Franklin Square Screen & Door Corp. won the prize.

The final prize to be given at Glass Expo Northeast was reserved for exhibitors. Just prior to the show closing on the last day, exhibitor badges were collected from those still standing in a fully assembled exhibit space and entered into a drawing for $300 cash. Jake Isenhour of JLM Wholesale took home the end-of-show “Still Standing” pot.

Glass Expos puts on regional shows nationwide and you could be the next big winner. Visit glassexpos.com for a full listing of upcoming shows.

If you would like to take a look at some more of the show’s highlights, here are some links to USGNN’s video coverage. The videos feature memorable moments from day one and day two of Glass Expo Northeast.

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