Jeff Reddell, owner of PACE Glass in Texarkana, Texas, recently was elected president of the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA). The NWRA is a not-for-profit trade association organized in 1994 to promote the legitimacy of windshield repair (rather than replacement) as a first option for glass damage.
Reddell and his wife, Melody, have lived in Texarkana for 23 years. They purchased the PACE Glass business in 1994. It was then known as PACE Windshield Repair. In 2004, they changed the name to PACE Glass, after adding commercial and residential glass services, picture framing and architectural window film installation to its offerings.
“One of our favorite things about Texarkana is the people,” says Reddell. “We’ve had the best customers and friends. It makes taking care of them a true joy.”
Reddell has been in the industry for more than 20 years and has been an intense follower of the association since the late 1990s. He joined the NWRA board of directors in January 2013.
“I look forward to leading the NWRA into the future as we help to educate the public about windshield repair and the valuable service it provides,” he says.
PACE Glass is located one block from State Line at the corner of Texas Boulevard and Wood Street. Visit www.paceglass.us or call 903/79-GLASS.
The NWRA provides a forum for the exchange of ideas between its members and provides the public, industry and government with a reliable source of information regarding windshield repair. The NWRA also organizes, at a grass-roots level, campaigns to influence the governmental agencies responsible for establishing regulations for the windshield repair industry.