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Nestled in the hills of Tennessee's Smoky Mountains, is a company with a uniquely American character that honors the time-proven tradition of fine Italian porcelain ceramics. The character of this company, our company, extends to its operations, as well. We know that how we do business is just as important as what we make, and we pride ourselves on our friendly, no-hassle approach to helping our customers find quality tile. In fact, every product we create, every service we provide, and even the centralized location of our facility is designed around one thing: you.
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