Jenna Reed

Jenna Reed

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Jenna Reed is a marketing assistant and is responsible for writing a of variety marketing stories, press relations, public relations campaigns, as well as help manage our various event websites. She also serves as registrar for Key’s Glass Expo events throughout the year, and serves as a brand representative at various outside events.

For almost four years, she served as the editor for glassBYTEs.com, AGRR magazine and Auto Glass Journal.

She graduated from Radford University with a bachelor’s degree in Media. Jenna lives in Stafford and works tirelessly for injured and abused animals. She is “mom” to a number of rescue cats as well.

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Top Five Questions to Ask a Glass Replacement Company

Given the importance a windshield plays in the structural integrity of your vehicle, it is vital to ask these five questions when selecting a top windshield replacement company. 1. How have your technicians been trained and certified to install windshields? When shopping around for an auto glass replacement company, this is one of the first […]

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OEM vs. Aftermarket Windshield Glass: What You Need to Know

When your windshield cracks and you need a replacement, there are two types of windshield glass available to you—OEM and aftermarket glass. Which of these options is best for you? Glass.com Operations Manager, Daniel Snow, talks with industry expert Bob Beranek OEM Auto Glass OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. OEM auto glass is fabricated […]

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Ways to Protect Your Windshield from Bad Weather

  Destructive storms with hail, wind gusts and perhaps even tornados, can wreak havoc to your vehicle. How can you protect your windshield from bad weather? And what should you do if your windshield is damaged? Austin, Texas The Insurance Council of Texas estimated the total damage cost from the 2016 hailstorms at nearly $1.4 […]

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How Does Advancing Windshield Technology and Lighter Glass Impact You?

Windshields are getting thinner and lighter even as more technology is prevalent in vehicles. What does advancing windshield technology mean for you? Car manufacturer Ford and Pittsburgh Glass Work (PGW), a manufacturer of automotive glass, teamed up in the U.S. to introduce a Ford GT that features a Corning Gorilla Glass® hybrid windshield. “The new Gorilla […]

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IIHS: Who They Are and How They Keep Car’s Drivers Safe

How Does the IIHS Help Keep You Safe? Supported by insurers, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, otherwise known as IIHS, is a nonprofit organization that studies ways to make vehicles safer. More specifically, its mission is to reduce the losses caused by car crashes, including deaths, injuries and property damage. The IIHS works hand-in-hand […]

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The Popularity of Large Windshields Grows in U.S.

While you’ll see large windshields more commonly on buses overseas, the U.S. is paying attention. Large panoramic windshields are more popular in Europe, but this trend is starting to catch on in the U.S., as well. So how will this affect your next vehicle purchase? Find out more.

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How Long Does Windshield Repair & Replacement Take?

One of the things you have been dreading while driving on the highway has happened. A rock hit your windshield and now you have a chip. Once your windshield is chipped, it’s time to get it repaired. But just how long will a repair take?

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Will a Cracked Windshield Pass Inspection?

Your annual vehicle inspection is fast approaching. Your windshield has a crack but you can still see out of it, so it’s not a big deal, right? Wrong answer. Find out if your windshield chips or cracks will pass inspection.

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How Do You Seal a Cracked Windshield?

You’re traveling down the road when bam. A rock hits your windshield and the next thing you know there’s a crack streaking across your vehicle’s windshield. What should you do? Learn more here!

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Who Cuts the Glass for Your Vehicle?

Your windshield is designed to protect you in the case of a crash. Given its importance to your safety, who is qualified to cut this glass for your car? Find out more about how your vehicle’s glass is created.

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