Auto Glass Academy Brings Training to Two New Locations

Auto Glass Academy expands its educational reach with two new locations over 2,000 miles away from each other. Texas-based Equalizer operates Auto Glass Academy.

The Auto Glass Safety Council-accredited academy for auto glass technicians is opening new training locations at Gustafson Brothers in Huntington Beach, California, and Carlex in Nashville.

According to Auto Glass Academy, these locations provide convenient local access to in-demand specialized auto glass training so students don’t have to travel long distances. Both facilities are well-equipped with the latest tools and technology to give auto glass repair and replacement students an up-to-date education.

“Partnering with Gustafson Brothers and Carlex to provide new locations for the Auto Glass Academy reflects our dedication to providing accessible, industry-leading education to aspiring auto glass professionals,” says Eric Asbery, CEO of Equalizer. “We look forward to welcoming students and helping them embark on successful careers in the auto glass industry.”

This article is from glassBYTEs™, the free e-newsletter that covers the latest auto glass industry news. Click HERE to sign up—there is no charge. Interested in a deeper dive? Free subscriptions to Auto Glass Repair and Replacement (AGRR) magazine in print or digital format are available. Subscribe at no charge HERE.

This entry was posted in glassBYTEs Original Story and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *