FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 30, 2019
Washington, D.C. – In just six months, Glass.com has increased its coverage area by approximately 5,000 new zip codes. Using its group of affiliate member glass shops, the site now offers auto and architectural glass replacement services to millions of potential customers that could not receive service through Glass.com previously. Much of the growth was in the Northeast, Midwest, and Northwest.
“This growth is exciting because we’re able to help direct these customers to local and regional glass shops who need the work,” says Daniel Snow, manager for Glass.com.
Glass.com helps connect glass shops with local customers in their area. Its fresh pool of customers visits the site to request quotes and schedule appointments for glass replacement services. The site has been used by more than 1.5 million people and sends out thousands of jobs every month.
Glass.com is still seeking new glass shops to become affiliate members, especially in the western half of the United States. Affiliates receive auto glass replacement jobs through Glass.com from highly qualified customers. Want to learn more about how you can become a Glass.com Affiliate in order to receive leads in your area? Simply visit Glass.com/affiliate.
“Glass.com is the first and last stop for customers looking for immediate glass replacement services,” says President Lyle Hill.
Glass.com is a full-service web and information portal about all things glass, including architectural, residential, and automotive, decorative and custom concepts, and related glass products. Based in suburban Washington, D.C., Glass.com has received multiple accolades and maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
For additional information or questions, contact operations manager, Daniel Snow, via email at email@example.com, or by phone at 888-85-GLASS.
Name: Daniel Snow
Phone number: 540.602.3267
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