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Industry Expert Bob Beranek to Serve as Expert Advisor for AGRR Technical Forum

Noted industry installation expert Bob Beranek will be adding a new role to his impressive resume. Starting today, Beranek will serve as an expert advisor to the AGRR Technical Forum (

Now in its fifth month, the AGRR Technical Forum has become the place technicians go to compare notes and trade techniques on difficult installation. "We have been extremely pleased and gratified by the high usage on the board in just a few months," said Holly Biller, vice president of Key Communications which publishes the tech forum along with AGRR magazine and™. "Having a noted expert like Bob to answer tough questions, dispel myths or point our viewers in the right direction will only add to their experience. In addition to sharing their techniques with each other, Bob will also share his vast years of experience as well."

Beranek comes to the AGRR Technical Forum with impressive credentials. He has been a master installer for ten years and a technical trainer for the past 18 years. He is president of Automotive Glass Consultants in Sun Prairie, Wis., and has led installation demonstrations at numerous industry events over the years. He is a member of the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standard (AGRSS) Standards Committee and has served as a judge in the Auto Glass Technician Olympics (AGTO) for two consecutive years.

Founder of (AGU), Beraek devotes his time to sharing his in-depth knowledge and expertise with those in the auto glass industry. He created AGU to provide unbiased, up-to-date information and training to the auto glass industry in an affordable and self-directed context.

Key Communications Inc. provides information services for and about all aspects of the glass industry. It publishes Auto Glass Repair and Replacement magazine (AGRR),™ and the AGRR technical forum as well as providing services for the architectural glass industry.

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