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Founded in 1987, Caesarstone is the original quartz surface manufacturer. Its dominant position in the market has been achieved through continuous investment, extensive research and development, highly trained personnel and an advanced market infrastructure. With a continuous proactive approach to producing over 40 innovative colors and textures, Caesarstone consistently provides a premium quartz surface with remarkable style and endurance -- complementing a design application, from classic to contemporary.
Non-porous, stain-, scratch- and heat-resistant and backed by a residential lifetime warranty, Caesarstone is the ideal surface for kitchens, vanities and more. The company's U.S. headquarters are located in Southern California with divisions in Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Denver, CO; Dallas, TX; St. Louis, MO; Miami, FL; Atlanta, GA, Philadelphia, PA, Charlotte, NC, and New York, NY. In addition, there are independent distributors across the country to serve customers across the United States.
More than 600 of the largest manufacturers and suppliers representing products in every major category, including carpet, tile, hardwood, rugs, laminate, resilient and stone, are expected to exhibit at the trade show. Hanley Wood, owner and operator of the exhibition, reports that they have many new exhibiting companies and returning ones who have expanded their booth size. Additionally, Surfaces 2013 will host more than 40 workshops, seminars and mini sessions led by industry experts in the fields of business, sales, marketing, installation and design. Attendees can earn AIA, NKBA, AIBD, IICRC and AIA/CES industry designation. Here is just a small sampling of some of the displays that will be present at Surfaces 2013.
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