Auto Glass Academy and Glass.com Join Forces to Boost Industry

Auto Glass Academy and Glass.com have announced a partnership. This collaboration is designed to address “skilled labor shortages” within the auto glass industry and provide economic incentives and training opportunities to auto glass professionals.

Auto Glass Academy is a subsidiary of the Texas-based company Equalizer. The academy provides all-inclusive and hands-on training programs for auto glass technicians that last five days. Auto Glass Academy’s training programs are Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) accredited.

Glass.com is based in the outskirts of Washington, D.C., and connects vehicle owners with local auto glass repair and replacement services.

The partnership will give Glass.com customers a $500 discount on Auto Glass Academy registrations and a $285 credit toward their first Equalizer tool purchase after they complete the training program.

Auto Glass Academy customers will be able to join Glass.com for free. They will also get a $100 Glass.com credit covering four auto glass replacement job leads.

“By joining forces with Auto Glass Academy, we are addressing a critical gap in the industry,” Glass.com vice president Daniel Snow says. “Our goal is to empower companies with the skilled labor they need to grow their business.”

Equalizer’s CEO, Eric Asbery, echoes the goal of growing skilled labor in the auto glass industry.

“This partnership represents a powerful opportunity to elevate the entire auto glass industry,” he says. “Together, we are making training more accessible and helping technicians advance their businesses with the tools to gain more customers.”

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