New vendor of high-quality stained-glass reproductions of fine art, Truth in Glass, launches its web site to serve museum-store buyers and the cultural commerce industry
Truth in Glass, maker of fine stained-glass merchandise for the cultural commerce industry, launches its web site.
The site is part of the commitment to quality and service that characterizes Truth in Glass. “In addition to telling our story,” says Roger Ginnett, President of Ginnett Associates and the exclusive manufacturer’s representative for Truth in Glass in the United States and Canada, “we want buyers to know the scope of our products and services and how to contact us for customer service and exploring product development.” The company works closely with buyers from start to finish and offers complete, “one-stop” service from conception through production to shipping.
Truth in Glass is a subsidiary of Meixia Arts and Handicrafts Co., Ltd., of Xiamen, China. Meixia was founded in 1988 by Bill Job, a native of Tennessee, and has since established itself as a leader and innovator in glass technology. It holds more than 20 patents on machines and processes relating to stained-glass manufacturing and has two decades of experience in overseas production for the North American market. The company, which is wholly U.S.-owned, has been socially responsible from the start.
Bill Job is excited about Truth in Glass, which operates under Meixia’s Painted Glass Division and produces its own product line, also called Truth in Glass™. “After more than a year of research and development, we have perfected the art of reproducing fine art in elegant and durable stained glass form,” he notes. “We are confident that this product will allow art lovers to bring into their homes a truly precise reproduction of the art found on the walls of some the greatest museums in the world.”
The web site offers buyers:
• An overview of how Truth in Glass can help them achieve their goals
• Full-color photographs of sample products, including art glass panels and photo frames
• Information about the manufacturing process and a list of items and information to be
provided by the client for the company’s artists
• Explanation of safety procedures and the company’s commitment to providing safe
• Details of the company’s socially responsible practices
• Information about the staff.
Buyers may get in touch with the company by telephone or by using the web site’s Contact page.
Next year Truth In Glass plans to add a new catalog of images from which museums can also select stock items to buy wholesale. As visitors to the new Truth in Glass web site will see,
The web site provides general information about the development and production time required for each order and how the development process works. It does not, however, replace the live discussion and personalized attention that is so important to providing products and to product development. For this reason, orders are placed through the manufacturer’s authorized representative, Ginnett Associates, rather than through the site.
For further information, contact Roger Ginnett, President, Ginnett Associates, 1506 Lorrie Drive, Richardson, TX 75080. Tel. (972) 744-0110; cell phone (972) 679-5200; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information, including photographs of products, maybe obtained from the company’s website at http://www.truthinglass.com.
Truth in Glass
Tel: (972) 679-5200
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