Armstrong Glass Company September Newsletter
In This Issue: 9-2-09 
•   Labor Day Store Hours
•   New Stained Glass Colors Now Available
•   COE 90 & COE 96 Fusing Glass Are Now In Stock
•   Keeping In Touch
•   Tons Of New Books To Choose From
Labor Day Store Hours
If you are traveling to Atlanta this weekend, please be sure to stop in and see us. Our store will be open on Saturday, September 5 from 11am to 3pm. We will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, September 7. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 8. Hope to see you.

Please remember that we are always open online at www.armstrongglass.com.

Armstrong Glass Company
COE 90 & COE 96 Fusing Glass Are Now In Stock
We have just added over 70 colors of COE 90 from Bullseye and COE 96 from Uroboros and Spectrum to our already massive inventory. This glass is in stock and ready for you.

Check out all of the chooses available online at www.armstrongglass.com.

Tons Of New Books To Choose From
We just got in nearly 30 new stained glass, mosaic, fusing, and glass painting books. All of these books are beautifully illustrated and chock full of wonderful ideas and "How-To" hints.

Check out all of the new books online.

New Stained Glass Colors Now Available
We have added several new colors of stained glass from Kokomo, Wissmach, and Spectrum since our last newsletter. Some of these colors include a unique Cetic texture from Kokomo in various colors, some Wissmach colors in their Florentine texture, and some new opal glass from Spectrum.

Click here to see all of the new colors

Keeping In Touch
Last month we introduced the Armstrong Online Forum. This is a website were you can post your glass related questions and get helpful replies. A lot of people have signed up and we have had some very informative questions and answers. We have also created a Facebook page and a Twitter account to try to keep you updated on the newest things going on at our store. All of these are free to join and are a great way to stay up to date with the latest information. Best of all, you can meet other glass artists, share your work and get some new project ideas.

Join us today by going to our website and clicking on the Facebook, Twitter, or Online Forum buttons.