Crystal glass, the ubiquitous, durable glass used in high-end products like watches and sunglasses, is now widely available at retail stores in California.
And while you can find it in many places, it’s rarely found in glass beach resorts.
But there is a small beach resort that is doing its part to bring this iconic glass back into the mainstream.
Crystal glass is used in a wide variety of products from watches to luxury watches and luxury sunglasses.
Its popularity has been increasing in recent years, thanks to a number of factors including the advent of digital watches, the rise of wearable tech, and the rise in the cost of glass products.
However, its popularity has also been on the decline, partly due to the widespread use of the material as a screen protector, a type of glass that’s often used to protect against scuffs and scratches.
But now, thanks in part to the popularity of crystal glass in California, the beach resort is taking a new tack in bringing it back into high-fashion.
The Crystal Beach Resort in Crystal Beach, California, is hosting its first glass display on Friday, November 17, 2017.
The beach resort plans to hold a large glass display to celebrate its glass display program.
The resort will display several different types of glass to help promote the glass display.
“Our goal with the glass program is to bring attention to our beach and to make it a beach experience that’s open to everyone,” Crystal Beach owner Mark Moll said in a statement.
“This is an opportunity to showcase the crystal glass we have on site to our guests, who are coming from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.
We want to inspire and showcase all types of people, so that when they leave the resort, they’re truly inspired to take on a new adventure.”
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Crystal Beach’s glass display, it consists of about 1,200 square feet of glass.
The glass display is set to be a part of the Crystal Beach Hotel’s “Glass Day” on Friday.
It will also be a chance for guests to experience what Crystal Beach has to offer as an exotic destination, and to meet Crystal Beach staff and other residents.
The Beach Resort says the glass displays will be open from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 a.m., and guests will be able to interact with the displays in a variety of ways, including walking through them, taking photos, or even just walking around the display area.
Crystal Beach is the first resort in the nation to host a glass display with a clear glass roof, said Stephanie Olles, vice president of sales for Crystal Beach.
“The glass display in Crystal Cove Beach is one of our most popular items,” Olls said in the statement.
The hotel will display its glass throughout the week, starting on Friday and ending on Sunday.
The display will be free and open to the public.
The first Glass Day in California will be on November 16.