Glass Supplier to Give Peek of New Laminated Lineup at Quartzsite Show

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Guardian Custom Glass Solutions, a provider of original equipment RV windshields, will be exhibiting at the 33rd Annual Quartzsite Sports, Vacation and RV Show on Jan. 16-24 in Quartzsite, Ariz.

Billed as the largest gathering of RVs in the world, the Quartzsite show brings in an estimated 150,000 people to the small Arizona town just east of the California border.

The 20-acre facility will house RV campsites and displays as well as the “big tent” for indoor exhibitors. Visit with representatives from Guardian’s Custom Glass Solutions at booth 311A and learn why it’s important to demand original equipment replacement windshields.

“This will be our first time exhibiting at the Quartzsite RV show and we are anxious to see what the show has to offer,” says Jeremy Scott, RV product manager for Custom Glass Solutions. “Everyone in the RV industry knows about the Quartzsite show and we are excited at the opportunity to engage so many RV owners in one place at one time.”

As a producer of large format, laminated glass in North America, Custom Glass Solutions works with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to design and provide one-piece windshields for RVs, agricultural equipment, commercial transportation and lifestyle vehicles.

Made in America, the windshields add style, safety and sophistication to motorhomes. Custom Glass Solutions also offers advanced technologies like infrared reflective coatings that keep unwanted heat out, acoustic glass to help mitigate NVH effects, heated glass for efficient defrosting/deicing and more.

The inaugural Quartzsite RV show was held in 1984 and featured 60 exhibitors under a “small tent.” Since then, the show has enjoyed tremendous growth in exhibitors and attendees and has relocated to a larger, permanent venue to support the large crowds. As the show promoters like to say, “it’s all happening under the big top.”


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