LATICRETE Supports CBIA of Southwest Florida

Words: Dan Kamys

LATICRETE Supports CBIA of Southwest Florida

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Pictured front (l to r): Tony Campos, LATICRETE technical sales rep, presents the check for the LATICRETE engraved brick to Juls Chambers, CBIA director of membership.
Second row: Valerie Childs, Terrilyn Van Gorder, Barbie Rogers, Laura Johnston.
Back: Carter Grant, David Aldrich (CBIA president), Tom Dardis, Patrick Henry (Daltile).

LATICRETE, a global leader in the manufacturing of innovative systems for the installation of tile and stone, to show its support for the Collier Building Industry Association in Naples, Florida, has purchased an engraved brick to be placed in the stone path to the organization’s South Florida headquarters. LATICRETE and the CBIA have a mutual interest in top quality installations of tile and stone, interior or exterior, as well as the many glass mosaic and other pool applications in the region. LATICRETE co-owner Henry Rothberg stays in close connection with a former distributor in Tom Dardis from CBIA and now Affordable Floors, and the two set in motion the LATICRETE participation for the fundraiser that’s been an important success for the association.

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