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American Window Cleaner Magazine was founded in 1986 by Rod Woodward and Richard Fabry. The mission of AWC was to help advance the profession and to inspire window cleaners by providing industry-wide communication. What began as an eight-page newsletter has grown to a 40-page magazine. AWC is designed for those entering the trade, as well as the 30-year veterans, covering all aspects of window cleaning.
Above all, AWC emphasizes safety and professionalism in the trade.
But, the magazine also consistently gives practical advice on working
more efficiently and making your company more profitable. AWC is proud
to have been a catalyst for the formation of the International Window
Cleaning Association (IWCA) in 1988. And, because of its unique subject
matter, the media, such as the Associated Press, David Letterman,
Harper's Magazine, National Public Radio, and others have taken note.
Norman J. Finegold
The American Window Cleaner magazine is the #1 trade magazine devoted to the window cleaning industry and to the professional window cleaner. With a circulation of 8,000 active, involved window cleaners throughout the United States, The American Window Cleaner magazine is an indispensible professional.