AUSTIN, TX -- Pacific Shore Stones has announced that it has reached an exclusive distribution agreement with Neolith in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tennessee. This agreement is in addition to the existing one covering distribution in Austin, San Antonio, Corpus and the Valley area (South Texas). Neolith is a high-performance compact surface that is suitable for many applications, including countertops, vanities, cladding, large format flooring and facades.

"As a company we're committed to bringing new surface products and technology to our clients," said Pacific Shore Stones operating partner Vinny Tavares. "Over the years we've seen the market evolve, and we're proud to offer the Neolith product line since it offers such amazing versatility." Operating partner Marco A. Pereira added, "Our partnership with Neolith continues to go from strength to strength and we're pleased to be able to bring this innovative surface solution to more of our clients. We hope to continue to grow this partnership with Neolith going forward."

A launch event celebrating the new distribution agreement was held recently at the Tulsa, OK, location. Launch events will also be held in coming weeks at additional Pacific Shore Stones locations. Certified official fabricator training courses will be run in these areas by Pacific Shore Stones' Neolith technical representative, Jesse Nelson.

Neolith is a man-made product comprised of natural elements. The production of Neolith replicates, in a matter of hours, the same process natural stone goes through over thousands of years, using extremely high pressure and temperature. The result is a lightweight product which is resistant to fire, UV damage and scratching. It is also waterproof, easy to clean and fully recyclable, and has been awarded Greenguard, Greenguard Gold, NSF, and Kosher certification.
Pacific Shore Stones offers a selection of colors from Neolith's Colorfeel, Fusion, Iron, Textile, Timber and Classtone collections. This includes new colors recently debuted by Neolith at KBIS, such as Calacatta Gold and La Boheme.