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Marazzi participates in Boys & Girls Club Bench Donation at Coverings

MarazziBenchChicago–Marazzi’s Sistem A tile in the brand’s signature blue and white donned a decorative cube that was part of a larger donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana.

During Coverings 2016, several tile manufacturers and designers, displayed decorated cubes as part of an initiative with the Tile Council of North America (TCNA). At the close of the show, the cubes were donated to several Chicago-area Boys & Girls Club locations for display or auction.

This is the third year Marazzi has participated in the program, held at the Coverings show annually. The unique design of the Marazzi cube this year emanates the bold personality of the brand with bright colors and clean lines influenced by a strong Italian heritage. In both style, and in life, Marazzi challenges customers to “Dare to be bold.”

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Tile Council donates tiled benches to Boys & Girls Club

Archaeology_ChacoCanyon_Bench.jpg[1]Las Vegas — Six members of the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) recently donated beautifully tiled benches to the Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada.

The donation took place during Coverings 2014. 

The participating companies were Interceramic, Marazzi USA, Status Ceramics, StonePeak Ceramics, Tiles Couture and Wizard Enterprise.

The Wedi bench forms used to make the benches were donated by Wedi and TCNA.

 “These benches will provide a place for the kids to rest between activities,” said Gabriel Suarez, marketing manager for BGCSNV. “We will be distributing the benches to our clubs, and greatly appreciate the support from TCNA and its members.”



Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada serves more than 30,000 children per year after school and during the summer in its 17 clubhouses.

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What matters most: Regupol donates to the Nicetown Boys & Girls Club

LEBANON, PA.—Kids at the Nicetown Boys & Girls Club will soon enjoy a completely renovated facility, thanks to the efforts of the Shane Victorino Foundation and community partners including Regupol America, Robbins Flooring, Abacus Sports Installations, Ltd., and several others.

The Shane Victorino Foundation (SVF) is dedicated to promoting opportunities for underserved youth in Philadelphia and Hawaii, engaging in projects that provide children with educational, recreational and wellness programs. The renovation of the Nicetown Boys & Girls Club is the organization’s major endeavor in Philadelphia. The nonprofit pledged nearly $1 million to renovate the 105-year-old building. The club recently celebrated a grand reopening ceremony on Sept. 22. Continue reading What matters most: Regupol donates to the Nicetown Boys & Girls Club