PPG Earns Good Housekeeping Seal for Automotive Replacement Glass

Apr 16, 2001, 01:00 ET from PPG Industries

    PITTSBURGH, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- PPG Industries has received the Good
 Housekeeping Seal for its automotive replacement glass.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010416/PHM016 )
     "The seal of approval has come to signify the means of distinguishing the
 very best in any field," said PPG's Robert Chimka, director of marketing and
 development, automotive replacement glass.  "We are very proud that PPG
 automotive replacement glass has received this distinction."
     Founded in 1900, The Good Housekeeping Institute, which issues the seal,
 is the consumer product evaluation laboratory of Good Housekeeping magazine.
 Since numerous brands in the marketplace make their own claims and promises,
 the added review process of the Good Housekeeping Seal gives consumers an
 additional tool to use in product selection.
     PPG is a leading manufacturer of original equipment and replacement auto
 glass.  According to Chimka, "When car owners have a windshield or window
 replaced with PPG products, they can be assured that more than 75 years of
 experience in manufacturing original equipment glass help make PPG replacement
 glass parts the best available.  With the Good Housekeeping Seal, they now
 know that our parts meet the quality assurance standards of one of America's
 leading consumer authorities."
     PPG automotive replacement glass is available through most glass
 installers, including those participating in PPG PROSTARS, a national alliance
 of automotive replacement glass shops.  PPG PROSTARS participants provide
 quality in-shop and mobile service by certified auto glass technicians backed
 by a nationwide warranty.
     PPG, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is North America's oldest maker of flat
 glass.  In addition to producing glass for automotive, aircraft and
 architectural applications, PPG is a global manufacturer of coatings,
 chemicals and fiber glass.
 
 

SOURCE PPG Industries
    PITTSBURGH, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- PPG Industries has received the Good
 Housekeeping Seal for its automotive replacement glass.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010416/PHM016 )
     "The seal of approval has come to signify the means of distinguishing the
 very best in any field," said PPG's Robert Chimka, director of marketing and
 development, automotive replacement glass.  "We are very proud that PPG
 automotive replacement glass has received this distinction."
     Founded in 1900, The Good Housekeeping Institute, which issues the seal,
 is the consumer product evaluation laboratory of Good Housekeeping magazine.
 Since numerous brands in the marketplace make their own claims and promises,
 the added review process of the Good Housekeeping Seal gives consumers an
 additional tool to use in product selection.
     PPG is a leading manufacturer of original equipment and replacement auto
 glass.  According to Chimka, "When car owners have a windshield or window
 replaced with PPG products, they can be assured that more than 75 years of
 experience in manufacturing original equipment glass help make PPG replacement
 glass parts the best available.  With the Good Housekeeping Seal, they now
 know that our parts meet the quality assurance standards of one of America's
 leading consumer authorities."
     PPG automotive replacement glass is available through most glass
 installers, including those participating in PPG PROSTARS, a national alliance
 of automotive replacement glass shops.  PPG PROSTARS participants provide
 quality in-shop and mobile service by certified auto glass technicians backed
 by a nationwide warranty.
     PPG, headquartered in Pittsburgh, is North America's oldest maker of flat
 glass.  In addition to producing glass for automotive, aircraft and
 architectural applications, PPG is a global manufacturer of coatings,
 chemicals and fiber glass.
 
 SOURCE  PPG Industries

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