Posts Tagged ‘ IWFA ’

What Happens in California … Never Stays in California

Aug 11th, 2011

Things are happening in California and window film companies should be taking notice. Just as Florida has become the benchmark state for hurricane codes and protection, California sets the standard for energy legislation. The state has been active in working to combat global warming. In 2008, California officially enacted the Global Warming Solutions Act of […]

Become IWFA-Accredited During the Conference

Jul 21st, 2011

For those looking to become a stronger dealer, the International Window Film Association’s (IWFA) accreditation testing will be available at the upcoming International Window Film Tint-Off and Conference. With a discount off the normal rate for both members and non-members alike, the accreditation testing is a way to increase credibility with customers and refresh technical […]

A New Law in Florida Has Window Film Companies Up in Arms

Jul 21st, 2011

Some within the window film industry feel a new Florida law about product misrepresentation has gone too far. Florida HB 849, which went into effect July 1, makes it a violation of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, to advertise, sell, offer, provide, distribute or market any product as hurricane, windstorm or impact-resistant […]

IWFA Launches New Branding Campaign

Jul 7th, 2011

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) has unveiled a new website and logo for the association. The IWFA, which just recently emerged from a self-propelled transformation, developed a new logo to represent what it feels is a symbol of commitment to its membership. “Over the past year, the IWFA has gone through a pretty considerable […]

IWFA Announces Creation of Members Action Committee

Mar 10th, 2011

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) has announced the creation of the new Members Action Committee (MAC). The committee’s purpose will be to develop programs to assist current dealer and distributor members as well as attract new members to the association. While the committee is being organized, Jack Mundy has volunteered as a temporary chair […]

Something Old, Something New…

Dec 9th, 2010

…Something Borrowed, Something Scientifically True— maybe that’s not exactly how the rhyme goes, but I like to make things my own. The traditional wedding phrase, which originated from an old English rhyme, has never been more appropriate than it is now. I have found myself reciting this over and over—each time changing the last “something” […]

IWFA Urges Congressional Leaders to Keep Window Film Included in Tax Credits

Nov 24th, 2010

Last week, during the final days of the congressional session, the International Window Film Association (IWFA) sent a letter to congressional leaders asking them to continue to include window film products in energy legislation. Regardless of the outcome of the legislation, since the IWFA has been active in advocating window film, the industry is believed […]