Indiana Cut Stone to Distribute ???Vanderbilt Classic???

Words: Dan Kamys Indiana Cut Stone to Distribute ‘Vanderbilt Classic’

Indiana Cut Stone has been awarded the rights to distribute and market the Vanderbilt Classic line from Indiana Limestone Co. Vanderbilt Classic is a solid, genuine natural Indiana limestone (stone masonry unit) sawn building veneer. The strong, clean look of genuine Indiana limestone masonry units is ideal for both residential and commercial structures.

Vanderbilt Classics, available in the market for a number of years, now is being made available through and promoted by fabricators and distributors. Indiana Cut Stone, a longtime customer of Indiana Limestone Co., is pleased to include Vanderbilt in their product offering.

Vanderbilt Classic building veneer will continue to be available through the Indiana Limestone Co., and the product and trademarks remain their property. Moving forward, Indiana Cut Stone will be distributing and marketing Vanderbilt Classic to their network of masonry customers, so that the material is readily available for both new construction and restoration projects worldwide.

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