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Technical Glass Products Celebrates 25 Years of FireLite® with Totally Rad Sweepstakes

Enter to Win Free Gas for a Year and 80s-themed Prizes

FireLite 25 Years

Snoqualmie, Wash., July 8, 2013 – Legwarmers, parachute pants and Members Only jackets passed with the '80s. One trend to last is FireLite® ceramic glass from Technical Glass Products (TGP). Introduced to the architectural market in 1988, the clear and wireless alternative to wired fire-rated glass has been the industry standard for fire-rated glazing for 25 years. In celebration, TGP is giving away free gas for a year and awesome '80s prizes in the Firelite Totally Rad Sweepstakes. To enter, and for official rules, visit

"FireLite was a revolutionary alternative to traditional, wired fire-rated glass. For the first time, design professionals could use glass to block the spread of fire without compromising aesthetics. This fundamentally changed the industry's approach to fire-rated building design," says Jeff Razwick, president, Tehcnical Glass Products. "FireLite is now a mainstay of fire-rated glazing applications across North America. We're proud to celebrate it's history."

No purchase is necessary to enter or win. This trade sweepstakes is open only to design professionals and glaziers who are legal residents of the United States or Canada and have reached 18 years of age, or the age of majority in their state or province, at the time of entry.

For more information on the FireLite family of products, visit Follow TGP on Facebook and Twitter.

About Technical Glass Products
Technical Glass Products (TGP) is your one source for fire-rated glass and framing systems, along with specialty architectural glass products. The company offers AIA-registered continuing education, project consultation, product specifications, CAD drawings, BIM 3D models and rapid-response quoting. For more information about TGP’s products and services, call (800) 426-0279, visit (fire-rated glass) or (architectural glass).

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