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August 11, 2014 | Construction Resources | Comments 0

Atlanta Kitchen, Inc. Gearing Up for another Cambria Experience Trip

Cambria Experience TripAfter a hugely successful trip last month, Construction Resources company Atlanta Kitchen, Inc. is preparing for another Cambria Experience Trip to Minneapolis. Held Thursday, August 21 and Friday, August 22, the trip will be led by Atlanta Kitchen Director of Cambria Sales Leah Carson and Cambria GA Market Representative Blake Belue.

The Cambria Experience Trip will start off with a Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians game along with a lunch provided in the Cambria suite, known as “The Nicest Suite in all of Sports.” After the game, guests will enjoy cocktails at the Cambria Design Gallery on 7th Avenue. Here, the group will be able to explore a full range of trend-setting Cambria designs, as well as complete kitchen and bath vignettes created by award-winning designers and architects. The first day will be completed with a dinner at Murray’s, a Minneapolis staple.

On Friday, guests will get to experience the area more with a tour of the New Sweden Dairy. Later that morning, they will venture to the Cambria Production Facility in Le Seour, Minn. to learn about the production process of the gorgeous countertops, well known for their great strength, durability and elegance. Afterwards, the group will dine at Friendly Confines, which serves delicious oven-baked pizza and fresh salad, before taking a tour of the Cambria FabShop.

The Cambria Experience Trip will be a fun way for guests to learn more about this family-owned company and see first-hand how it operates. It’s sure to be another success! For more information on Cambria and Atlanta Kitchen, Inc., visit www.crhomeusa.com.

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