Angela Dickson

Marketing and Communications Director

Angela began her career with AAMA in 2004 and has worked in varying roles within the association’s Marketing Department. Currently, she serves as the Marketing and Communications Director, developing and recommending marketing objectives, strategies and tactics. These responsibilities include oversight of digital communications, promotional efforts, market research, website development and industry events. Follow her on Twitter @AngelaDDickson.

Recent Posts by Angela

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With members like ours, what’s not to love?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas? No. Valentine’s Day! My favorite holiday. When I was little, my mama made my brother and me feel extra loved. She gave small gifts to her loved ones, including my dad and her six siblings, to let us know how special we were to her. I still have the “Love” cupid pin from Avon that she gave me in kindergarten. It wasn’t about romantic love, but about showering special people in her life with affection. In...

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Flashback Friday| Benefits Series | AAMA Market Research Reports

Even in an ever-changing political climate, we’re continuing to see positive growth throughout the fenestration industry, across all product segments and geographic markets. This is certainly evident in the new edition of the AAMA U.S. Industry Market Studies released last month, which offers both residential and non-residential data on new construction and remodeling by building category.To help members track market trends, AAMA provides a free copy of its annual market study reports to all Category 1 and 2 members, delivering timely information on residential and...

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Window Safety Week | How Your Company Can Help to Prevent Accidental Falls

Everyone in our industry knows that window safety is important year-round. But what can you do to promote safety from a company standpoint? There are many tools and resources available to you and your company to educate your customers about what it means to practice window safety.Window Safety Week, held annually during the first full week in April, is designed to heighten the awareness of what parents and caregivers should do to help keep their family and visitors safer from the risks of window falls...

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Window Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility

I think we can all agree that windows are pretty great! Some of you have devoted your life to not only making windows but constantly improving their functionality. With all that work you’ve put in, it’s in your best interest to foster and ensure only the most positive customer interactions with your products. Letting your customers know the best ways to use your products not only protects your reputation, it keeps families safe.As the days get longer and warmer, many homeowners will open their windows,...

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