July 1, 2006
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Marble and Granite, Inc., one of New England's largest wholesalers of stone products, recently had a Grand Opening of its newest indoor warehouse and showroom in Milford, CT, on May 3 and 4. Officiated by the Mayor of Milford, a ribbon cutting ceremony launched the Grand Opening of the showroom, which was opened to better service the Connecticut market.

“Our continued dramatic growth in Connecticut has justified this new location. We are excited about being able to offer fabricators, kitchen & bath dealers and homeowners a new experience in Connecticut,” said Gian Luca Fiori, Marble and Granite, Inc.'s President.

The facility in Milford is convenient to the highway and offers visitors an opportunity to select material in a safe and distinctively pleasant environment. It houses natural stone slabs, tiles, quartz materials, fabrication supplies and stone industry tooling.

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