Seminars for the Industry: Break-Out Session – How to Sell Against Decorative Glass

August 24th, 2016 by Editor

Learn from the best at International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT) 2016 this October 5-7. The three-day window film industry event will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas.

Join us to hear from an expert panel of speakers on areas to help increase your knowledge and provide an unsurpassed experience for all in the industry.

Friday, October 7 | 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. | Break-Out Session: How to Sell Against Decorative Glass

The “Decorative Film King” will share his secrets for success in selling window film as an alternative to decorative glass. He will also touch on how to succeed in creating a high volume decorative glass business with longevity.

Speaker: Tom Wallace, chief operating officer, New England Window Film of Plymouth, Mass.

Wallace is just one of the many speakers and seminars you could learn from at this year’s event.

Educational seminars are tentative and subject to change. To view full descriptions and further details, please click here.

Take advantage of this opportunity to hear from the best in the industry. Register today to take part in the full educational offerings. Act soon as pre-registration discounts end September 16.

Join us in San Antonio and support the event that is focused on film and dedicated to your success every year. To learn more about WFCT, visit

About the Speaker

Tom Wallace began in the window film business in 1985 right out of high school. His first introduction to film was at the Madico corporate office in Woburn, Mass., where a representative showed him which side of the film stuck to the glass and then gave him the number for customer service to order film. He spent the next 15 to 18 years building the business to the point where they were tinting nearly 2,000 cars per year while working in residential and small commercial. In 2005, he moved into strictly architectural film, eventually focusing on decorative film mainly. Currently, more than 80 percent of his business comes from decorative film installations, which he does every day.


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