Posts Tagged ‘Chris Collier’

Casey Flores Named Editor of WINDOW FILM Magazine

Aug 16th, 2023

After a seven-year hiatus, Casey Flores is returning as the editor of WINDOW FILM magazine and Paint Protection Film magazine (PPFMag). Flores served as editor of the publication from June 2014 to October 2016 and co-founded PPFMag in the spring of 2016. “It’s great to come home to such a dynamic industry,” Flores says. “As […]

A Different Kind of Writer’s Block

Aug 16th, 2023

Putting my time at WINDOW FILM magazine and PPFMag into words is difficult. So I’ll keep this short and sweet—thank you for welcoming me into your industry two and a half years ago. Today, this segment feels like home. For my last WINDOW FILM magazine blog, the last thing I want to do is to […]

Mike Rowe: Live and in Person

Sep 21st, 2022

Hundreds of amplified attendees buzzed outside room 214 at the Henry B. González Convention Center on day two of the 21st Annual International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT). Just minutes later, Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe took the stage and spoke to a capacity room for a keynote sponsored by Autobahn Window Films. “I want […]

Chris Collier Named Editor of Window Film Magazine

Sep 7th, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                    CONTACT: dlevy@glass.com WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2022                                         WINDOW FILM […]

Paint Protection Film Magazine Nominated for ASBPE Award

Mar 9th, 2022

Chris Collier’s work in PPFMag was named a finalist in the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) Award Competition today in the category of Group Profile. Collier was selected as a finalist for his article Installers Assemble: PPF Veterans Rally Rookies Forward, which appeared in the magazine’s Fall 2021 issue. “This is our first […]

Diving Deep with David Karle

Sep 8th, 2021

I created a series dubbed Get To Know Us during my communications internship at The Museum of Arts and Sciences (MAS) in Macon, Ga. The nine-subject Q/A series aimed to give middle Georgians context. What do they do for the museum and why? Today, I throw it back to my time at the MAS and […]