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Glass is in Session: Driven Glass to present at Auto Glass Week in Texas on Friday

San Antonio, Texas — Driven Brands will be making its debut appearance at Auto Glass Week in San Antonio, Texas this week, as the global automotive consolidator prepares to show off its impressive expansion into the auto glass sector at this year’s event.

Representatives from Driven Glass will on scene at the Henry B. González Convention Center from Wednesday to Friday this week.

Driven Glass president, Mars Shah and Michael Lopez, president of Auto Glass Now, will lead a discussion called “Working with Other Auto-Related Companies to Drive Business” on the closing morning of the event, following two days of exhibiting on the show floor at booth no. 912.

The company will also be present to offer employment opportunities as part of the Auto Glass Week Career Day, also scheduled for the closing Friday.

“We have been growing the Driven Glass network in Canada since 2019, and now we are ready to scale in the U.S.,” said Shah.

“Driven Glass offers a dynamic, company-owned business model with retail locations and mobile services, all backed by Driven Brands. We look forward to sharing our story and having the chance to connect as part of the Driven Glass family at an industry event for the first time.”

The company has been rapidly acquiring auto glass chains across the U.S. over the past year, officially cementing a customer base across 41 states, with the addition of brands like Jack Morris Auto Glass, Auto Glass Now, All Star Glass, K&K Glass, A1 Auto Glass, Perfection Auto Glass and its newest addition, Auto Glass Fitters.

“While we already have a diverse customer set, we still have a tremendous opportunity to cross-sell auto glass replacement services within Driven Brands’ broader network, which includes more than 20 million customers,” said Shah.

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