Glass America president elected vice-president/president-elect of AGRSS Council

The board of directors of the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council (AGRSS) Inc. elected David Rohlfing, president of Glass America, to serve as vice president/president-elect during its spr…

The board of directors of the Auto Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council (AGRSS) Inc. elected David Rohlfing, president of Glass America, to serve as vice president/president-elect during its spring meeting in Charlottesville, Virginia. With headquarters in Chicago, Glass America is one of the largest independently-owned automobile glass replacement and repair companies in the country. I am very honoured to be selected as the vice president of the AGRSS Council and a member of the board of directors, said Rohlfing. There are many dedicated companies and individuals who have worked very hard to promote AGRSS over the years and I look forward to working with all of them. He added, AGRSS and the upcoming validation process are critical to our industry and can benefit every auto glass shop, regardless of membership. I urge all retailers who have not yet registered with AGRSS to do so and put their energy into supporting the Standard and keeping consumers safe across the country. Rohlfing got his start in the industry in 1972 as an auto glass installer in Florida. He held numerous positions there, including store manager and sales representative, before taking over the business. Throughout the years, he has gone on to work with a variety of auto glass companies including Windshields America. In 2004, he joined with several investors to purchase Glass America and today serves as president and chief executive officer of the Chicago-based company. Glass America has locations in 22 states.