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Nick St. Denis

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Nick St. Denis currently serves as the director of research for Key Media & Research and is formerly the editor of USGlass Magazine. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York where he studied journalism and is currently working on earning his Master’s Degree in survey research.

Nick has a passion for sports including football, hockey, and golf. He enjoys playing ice hockey in a local men’s league and cheers on the New York Islanders when not on the ice himself. He was actually a sports reporter for a New York newspaper and also worked at a country club in Virginia. Most notably, Nick is husband to his wife Tammy, and father to his son Carter.

Posts by Nick St. Denis

Metallized Windshield: What is it, and What is its Purpose?

April 19, 2017

The modern-day windshield features a variety of technologies serving many functions, including safety for the driver and structure for the vehicle. Like many other products in our everyday world, some are more advanced than others. One of these advancements is the metallized windshield, or metal oxide windshield. These are also sometimes called athermic windshields.  What […]

What to Do with a Cracked Windshield

January 19, 2017

When something goes wrong with our vehicles, we often have a tendency to put off the fix for as long as possible. Just thinking about the potential cost and inconvenience a fix may cause can have that effect. But when it comes to a cracked windshield, a fix can’t come soon enough. Learn more here!

Auto Glass and Windshield Replacement: Who is the Best?

November 18, 2016

Is there particular auto glass and windshield replacement company that stands above the rest? Maybe not one... but there are a few important things that separate some from the rest.

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