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Stone City will present its exclusive line of Vermont Danby Marble

April 13, 2010

CHICAGO, IL -- Stone City will present its exclusive line of Vermont Danby Marble. This event will focus on the beauty, elegance and environmental benefits of this exquisite line of marbles. The event will take place on Thursday, April 22 starting at 6:00 pm at Stone City's 25,000-square-foot showroom located at 3053 West Grand Avenue, Chicago, IL.

Food and beverages will be provided. There will be an AIA accredited presentation by Vermont Marble at 7:30 pm. Immediately following will be the drawing for a free trip to visit the Quarries of Vermont.

About Vermont Danby Marbles
Vermont Quarries Corp. took over the production and operation of the famous Danby Marble quarry in 1992. With its rich history and tradition stemming from over 100 years of production, Danby Marble stands alone when it comes to performance, beauty, excellence and durability. Known to be one of the most prestigious white marbles produced in North America, Danby Marble is fast becoming the white marble of choice around the world. With its wide ranging possibilities from kitchens to world class monuments, Danby Marble is a premier choice.

Greenguard & LEED Approved
Vermont Danby marble achieved Greenguard certification for all of its Danby marble. Vermont Quarries is the first and only marble quarry to achieve such certification.

The Danby Quarry sits within 500 miles of many major U.S. cities. Under the LEED point qualifications the use of local materials qualifies Danby for 1 LEED point.

Enter to win a free quarry trip
Must be a valid member of the trade with a business card or license to enter. The drawing will be held the night of the event at Stone City, April 22. Eligible contestants will submit their business card upon entry to the event and a drawing will be held at 8:00 pm to determine a winner of a paid trip for two.

The trip is a Marble Institute of America (MIA) sponsored tour through several quarries in Vermont, including Vermont Danby. For more information on the tour visit: www.StoneWorld.com/miaeducation.