News Pulse May/June 2022June 1st, 2022 by Nathan Hobbs
What were WindowFilmMag.com’s most popular news stories since our last issue? These headlines grabbed the industry’s highest attention.
1 A Way Out: Owners Detail Exit Plans
It’s a scene straight from a horror movie. Invoices, film cores, worn squeegees, unread emails, and a crammed calendar surround your field of vision. You’re a business owner, and it’s time to bail. What’s your exit plan?
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2 Scaling Your Business
Congratulations, you started a business! This is exciting, yet daunting, as you now control your own destiny. The initial months or years of operation are spent wearing many hats. An owner-operator is a salesperson, installer, porter, janitor, and accountant.
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3 The Women of Window Film: A Women’s History Month Spotlight
Bernice Berry was a divorced, homeless mother of two who had endured and ended an abusive marriage involving drugs and violence. Berry then began working in the field of commercial real estate, where she says three different male bosses subjected her to sexual harassment. Stepping away from it all, she turned to a book that altered her life’s trajectory.
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4 $4.33: Mobile Film Shops Account for New Variable
The cost of regular unleaded gasoline scaled to a national average of $4.33 a gallon on March 11, 2022, according to the American Automobile Association (AAA) Gas Prices website. It’s the highest number on record, and the price is even more frightening for drivers opting for alternative fuel types. Mobile film companies have been especially hard hit with no relief in sight.
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5 New Jersey Introduces Two Tinting Bills
The New Jersey legislature introduced two bills with potential industry implications. Sponsored by Republican Ronald S. Dancer, NJ A 3472 concerns the “Santiago/Ramos/Liu Police Protection Act”; requires certain law enforcement vehicles to have tinted windows.
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