Reflecting on International Women’s Day
Did You Know?
In the 1900s, Katharine Burr Blodgett was working as a physicist and chemist at the General Electric Research Lab, where she would discover a way to spread films of a single molecule in thickness. With this knowledge, Blodgett took the next three years to work on creating “invisible” glass. Why is this important? Her countless hours of work paved the way for the development of non-reflective glass, the type of glass commonly installed in vehicles, such as your Mercedes-Benz. Sunny days would be different without Katharine Burr Blodgett and her work in the General Electric Research Lab.
International Women’s Day at Mercedes-Benz of Honolulu
This International Women’s Day at Mercedes-Benz of Honolulu, we recognize how the Fletcher Jones Difference is reflected in everything the women of our team do for the dealership and our guests. We would like to express our deepest appreciation for their efforts and look forward to continuing to work alongside them.
Reflecting on Your Career
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