We at Regent Stone Products wanted to take a minute to thank the Marble Institute of America (MIA) for the very informative and well-produced CD that calls attention to some important issues facing our industry. As the dimensional stone business continues to evolve, it is more important than ever that the MIA assume a leadership role, especially with the various other â€œtrade associationsâ€ that are trying to establish themselves in our industry. The fact of the matter is that the MIA is the association for the natural stone industry, and with the support of the membership, we can seize this opportunity and be a unified voice for our cause. We look forward to our future together.
Fritz von Hirsch
Regent Stone Products | Virginia Beach, VA
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