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May 16, 2024

Round Rock, Texas


Auto Glass Academy, the leading institution in automotive glass education, is thrilled to announce the opening of two new locations in strategic areas, Gustafson Brothers in Huntington Beach, California, and Carlex in Nashville, Tennessee. These expansions mark a significant milestone in the Academy's commitment to providing accessible and comprehensive training to aspiring auto glass professionals across the United States.


The decision to establish these new locations comes as a response to the growing demand for specialized training in the auto glass industry and the need for convenient access for students in these regions. With Gustafson Brothers' reputable automotive service facility in the heart of Southern California and Carlex's dominating presence in Nashville, Auto Glass Academy aims to cater to the diverse needs of students seeking quality education in auto glass repair and replacement.


By opening these two new locations, Auto Glass Academy is poised to offer several benefits to students:


1. Enhanced Accessibility: The addition of Gustafson Brothers in Huntington Beach and Carlex in Nashville brings auto glass training closer to students in these regions. This geographical expansion ensures that individuals interested in pursuing a career in auto glass repair and replacement can access high-quality education without the need for extensive travel.


2. Industry-Relevant Curriculum: Auto Glass Academy is renowned for its comprehensive curriculum designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the auto glass industry. With the opening of these new locations, students looking for options close to their region in the USA can benefit from hands-on training led by experienced instructors who are dedicated to providing industry-relevant education.


3. State-of-the-Art Facilities: Both Gustafson Brothers and Carlex boast state-of-the-art facilities equipped with the latest tools and technology essential for practical training. Students will have access to cutting-edge equipment and resources, ensuring that they receive the most relevant and up-to-date education in auto glass repair and replacement.


"We are excited to expand our presence with the opening of satellite locations at Gustafson Brothers in Huntington Beach and Carlex in Nashville," said Eric Asbery, CEO of Equalizer, and parent company of Auto Glass Academy. "Partnering with Gustafson Brothers and Carlex to provide new locations for the Auto Glass Academy, reflect our dedication to providing accessible, industry-leading education to aspiring auto glass professionals. We look forward to welcoming students and helping them embark on successful careers in the auto glass industry."


For more information about Auto Glass Academy and its programs, visit




Melissa Mancia

Auto Glass Academy


Auto Glass Academy Expands Reach with Two New Locations at
Gustafson Brothers in Huntington Beach, CA, and Carlex in Nashville, TN

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