Tag: glass shops

May 9, 2017

Do You Do Board-Up Work?

You should be. There is a guy over on the left who just said he is a glass company, not a carpenter at 3 a.m. He’s right. But he isn’t as profitable as a glass company that does the board-up. You need two, two-man teams who are on call. This can be overnight or weekends, one team on call while the other is asleep. Dedicate a […]

November 8, 2016

This is a Glass Blog and Has Nothing To Do with the Cubs Winning in Seven Games

Last week I promised a glass blog instead of the baseball blogs I had written. So a glass blog it will be. I had predicted the Cubs in seven and guess what? So much is happening in our industry. The big news on the East Coast is the sale of JE Berkowitz to the Grey Mountain Partners’ Consolidated Glass Holdings. Is this really more important than baseball? The established, […]

October 25, 2016

Now is the Time to Focus On Your Holiday Sales

We all hate them. The big store displays, the catalogs in the mail, the advertising sections becoming the size of a small whale—and all encouraging you to spend more money with the advertiser. Well, now it your turn. From now until the first of 2017 you can increase sales, very profitable sales at that, by displaying and advertising your products. The most important one is […]

May 10, 2016

Hey, I Just Won $415 Million in the Powerball Lottery—Sure I Did

It seems that my pie-in-the-sky dreams were shattered when I went to the local store to verify my winnings, and they told I had won exactly $1. I had stayed up the night before thinking of all the great ways to spend my fortune. Oops. But what about you? Whether you bought a lottery ticket or not, we all have dreams of what we could […]