2018 Trade shows and Conferences
March 4-6 LAs Vegas, NV
April 18 Greenbelt, Maryland
Henry B. Gonzalex Convention Center
May 10-11 San Antonio, TX
Hyatt Regency Bellevue
May 31-June 1 Bellevue, WA
June 21-23 New York, NY
Las Vegas Convention Center
September 12-14 Las Vegas, NV
J.W. Marriott Indianapolis
November 8-9 Indianapolis, IN
Hyatt Regency Aurora
January 24-25 2019 Aurora, CO
We are growing and are looking for industry professionals to represent our vast array of glass products.
If you think you have what it takes to represent SBG in one of these markets fill out the form below for more details. For a brief history click HERE
Open territories for new sales contracts.
Win our digitally printed giraffe for GlassBuild 2017!
We are constantly getting asked about purchasing our giraffe display at trade shows so we figured why not offer a smaller version than our 8 foot bent piece. so here’s your chance to win a smaller version of this fan favorite.
Simply like and share either our facebook or LinkedIn profiles during this weeks GlassBuild show and you’re in the running to win this piece of digitally printed laminated art glass.
A randomly selected winner will be announced after the show!
In order to make it a little easier, here are the links:
Upcoming Trade Shows
Glass Expo Northeast ‘17
-March 30th – 31st
-Huntington, New York
-Hilton Long Island/Huntington Hotel
30th Annual Mid-Atlantic Glass Expo
-Martin’s Crosswinds Conference Center
AIA Conference on Architecture 2017
-April 27th – 29th
Orange County Convention Center
Undulating Curved Glass Curtainwall Highlights 7th St. Thomas in Toronto
Located at the intersection of St.Thomas and Sultan Streets in Toronto, 7th St. Thomas represents a new concept in commercial real estate. Designed by award winning architect Harry Pontarini, 7th St. Thomas is a nine-story building with 93,000 square feet of luxury office condominiums for businesses or individuals who want to own their own office space in an upscale Toronto neighborhood.
SBG CELEBRATES 80 YEARS
Standard Bent Glass Corp., located in East Butler, Pennsylvania, is celebrating its 80th year in the architectural glass industry. Established in 1936, Standard Bent has experienced significant growth in the last 25 years. The company is now housed in an expanded 180,000-square-foot manufacturing facility on the original property.
The product line has increased to include a full line of flat laminated glass products, including Transparent Armor and Bullet Resistant Glazing. In addition, SBG is a primary supplier of decorative glass offering SentryGlas Expressions, digitally printed interlayers, and direct-to-glass digital printing utilizing DipTech print technology, offering sizes up to 96 inches by 144 inches.
Standard Bent continues its growth and expansion as a privately held company, owned by Michael and Kent Hartley.