Ed Golda Becomes First Window Film Hall of Fame InducteeOctober 7th, 2014 by Casey Flores
With more than 36 years of experience in the window film industry, one would imagine Ed Golda has experienced many “firsts.”
And yesterday at the 2014 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™, Golda became the first person ever to be inducted into the Window Film Hall of Fame.
Golda started his company, Michigan Glass Coatings, in 1979. He has tinted large commercial and residential projects, including installing film for more than 1,200 K-mart stores throughout the U.S.
In addition, Golda has served as an industry expert and resource as a former columnist for Window Film magazine as well as a judge for the International Window Film Tint-Off™ since its inception. View Ed Golda presentation.
“Ed has been such a distinguished, crucial part of the window film industry and has helped so many throughout his years, serving as a mentor, expert and friend to those who have encountered him.” said Debra Levy, publisher of Window Film Magazine. “Congratulations, Ed, on receiving the first annual Window Film Magazine Industry Achievement Award for service to the window film industry and your induction as the first member of the Window Film Hall of Fame. Your service is appreciated and recognized.”
Golda accepted the award with humility.
“Needless to say I’m speechless and that’s very unusual for me, he said. “All I’ve done is sold a bunch of sticky stuff in the box. I love this industry. I lead by example and am proud of my accomplishments and I’m humbled.”