PPG Industries has received the Good Housekeeping Seal for its automotive replacement glass. "The seal of approval has come to signify the means of distinguishing the very best in any field," said PPG's Roberg 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.
More information on PPG and its automotive replacement glass can be found at http://www.ppgprostars.com.