Auto Glass University provides the best auto glass installation training in the industry with the help of our many sponsors. Want to become involved? Here are the ways you can help.
Most AGU graduates are starting businesses and need your products to stock their shops. Contact us to learn about how you can get your name out to people new to the industry, online and at our classes.
Send product to be included in our student bags or to be used in the installation portion of the class. Give students new to the industry the chance to see how your product works under real conditions. Contact us to learn more.
Auto Glass University offers special scholarship discounts to our sponsors. If you want to reward an employee, encourage a (potential) customer to learn more, support a group, such as returning vets, contact us to learn about becoming a scholarship sponsor.
Lunch & Learns
Lunch & Learns are your opportunities to advertise your product during a desirable unbiased training program. We pride ourselves on presenting an unbiased non-commercialized training program and we stick by our claim. However, we do offer our sponsors the opportunity to present their particular products to interested trainees through the lunch hour. We do not mandate attendance but if the lunch is good and free, they usually stay and listen. There are four days when Lunch & Learns can be presented and coordination is important to vary the menu.
Our host sponsors are welcome to organize a "Vendor Night" while AGU is in session. Vendor Nights are gatherings for our students, sponsors and customers to meet and learn more about each other.
Held during the week, after class, Vendor Nights give hosts the opportunity to get creative with their own special event at the school. In addition, it gives vendors the opportunity to show off their product or service to people new to the industry and in need of supplies.
AGU does not require these gatherings nor do we make attendance mandatory for our students, although they usually appreciate the opportunity. We have found that introducing students to the suppliers they will need going forward is a win-win for everyone.