Twenty-five influential business women in the Pittsburgh region are awarded for their business leadership, community involvement, and volunteer activities. The award recipients were honored at a dinner and awards ceremony on March 13th at the Omni William Penn.
Glasgow is the third-generation owner of Butler County Ford, following in her father and grandfather’
“I am greatly honored to be included in a group with such talented, successful, and generous local women. I have always put emphasis on not only working hard, but also on giving back to the community. I feel that it’s important to share your time and talent with those who need it most, and I plan to always make this a focus in my life,” said Glasgow.
Besides her professional accomplishments, Glasgow has shared her talents as a board member or chairperson with local organizations such as the Visiting Nurses of Western PA, the Butler Downtown Board, the Greater Pittsburgh Automobile Dealer Association, and the Capital Campaign for In-Patient Hospice Efforts. Glasgow is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Butler.
For more information on the 2014 BusinessWomen First award, or the Pittsburgh Business Times, visit www.bizjournals.com/
About Butler County Ford
Butler County Ford has served as a staple in downtown Butler since 1918. Located at the corner of Main and Wayne Streets, Butler County Ford occupies a 20,000-plus square foot facility. The dealership employs more than 40 people in sales, service, and parts. Butler County Ford recently renovated their showroom, including customer-friendly changes like a remodeled customer lounge and guest Wi-Fi access.
Note to editors: For more information, news, and perspectives from Butler County Ford, journalists and analysts may call Cathy Glasgow at 724-287-2766. Web links, telephone numbers, and titles were correct at time of publication, but may have changed.
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