Under the Glass
Celebrating 47 years of in the glass industry, Border Glass is proud to be a successful, third-generation family-owned business.
Growing into a healthy business is a fine thing, but no one ever said it was easy.
Amid the vineyards in Beamsville, Ont., between Hamilton and St. Catharines, about an hour south of Toronto, sits one of the great success stories in Canadian glazing.
I don’t even know what a regular glass shop looks like,” admits Scotty Cooke. Cooke has some important role at Optimum Glass Studios, but it is hard to tell what it is because no one at Optimum has familiar titles.
So often in life and business, we are tempted by the easy way out. We can always see the right path, the path of integrity and correct action, but so many attractive shortcuts present themselves.
Aylmer Glass and Mirror was supposed to be a retirement project.
April 2006: For Pierre and Sharon Lamothe, owners of M&T Glass in Ottawa, Ontario, it is the little things that count. No matter how small the job might be, they strive to offer a big commitment and this has been the key element to their company’s success for more than 38 years.
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