Seven Stone Expands Brand with New Leadership, Website and Showroom
October 28, 2015
Countertop fabricator and installer Seven Stone continues to enhance its portfolio of offerings and services with an expanded team, interactive website and new showroom. On the heels of acquiring Oldcastle Surfaces earlier this year, the company’s new management team and online presence are in place, and Seven Stone has also renovated its headquarters in Atlanta.
“Since our inception, we have aspired to bring the best selection of products and world-class customer service to our customers,” said Mark Blanchard, Seven Stone president/CEO. “Our dedication to that is now evident with the recent launch of our website and digital initiatives including social media.”
Led by founder Amy Blanchard Lathi and president/CEO Mark Blanchard, Seven Stone’s management team is comprised of former Oldcastle Surface professionals and new members including Betty Harbourt, vice president of sales and marketing, who has 20 years of real estate sales and marketing experience. Additional new management includes CFO Matthew Clark and Brett Gowens, director of all facility operations.
Seven Stone’s variety of surfaces are now showcased via a comprehensive website featuring numerous inspirational photos and interactive elements allowing for virtual space design. A selection of surfaces including natural stone, quartz, marble and more can be viewed in the Countertop section and users can select, switch and visualize a plethora of countertops to design entire kitchen and bathroom spaces in the Inspiration Gallery. Additionally, maps to each Showroom in Atlanta, Charlotte, Greenville, Nashville and Winston-Salem offer information for customers to expand upon the website’s sampling by visiting and consulting with on-site professionals.
Currently, the Atlanta headquarters is undergoing a lobby renovation and will debut a new interior slab showroom this December that will further enable customers to view kitchen and bath vignettes already in place.
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