Posts Tagged ‘ USGNN ’

Calling All Troublemakers … Your Help is Needed

Nov 26th, 2019

If Steve Jobs was alive and wasn’t heading up Apple, imagine if he was leading a company in the facades industry. What do you think he would say to those in his organization? Would he say, “That looks good. Keep doing what you’re doing, just like that.” I doubt it. It would probably be something […]

Busy in the Big Apple

Apr 8th, 2019

I’m still settling back in to life in the office after a whirlwind week recently in New York, and let me tell you … what a week it was. This trip began with an early morning flight and didn’t stop until I made it home on Friday night. There were companies to visit, seminars to […]

Extreme Sports

Feb 14th, 2018

Whether it’s summer or winter, watching the Olympic Games is one of my favorite things to do. No matter the sport, you have to admire the hard work, dedication and determination of these athletes. I’m nothing short of amazed by their talents—extreme talents in some cases. So, it was no surprise that I sat there […]

You Don’t Wanna Miss This

Jul 5th, 2017

As I write this, it’s Saturday, July 1 and I’m sitting in my Helsinki, Finland, hotel room in anticipation of my flight home in the morning. By the time I’m there tomorrow night I will have been gone a week. It’s a long trip, to what may seem like a faraway place—less than 2,000 miles […]

Summer Hues

Jun 30th, 2016

Last night someone told me, “I don’t want it to be June 30. I don’t want June to be over.” I asked if there was something happening in July he wasn’t looking forward to. He said, “No. It’s just that once July is here the summer flies by and it’s over.” Do you agree? Mind […]

Sometimes, They Get it Right

Jul 10th, 2013

I never thought I’d get a mention of actor Nicholas Cage or his movie National Treasure in a glass-related article—though the two have come up in glass-related discussions several times over the years. But I did. Just before the July 4th holiday I wrote an article  for USGNN.com™ about the use of glass in historic […]

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