Housing for Surfaces 2012 available

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Dallas—Online housing for the 2012 S2 events is now live for Surfaces and StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas attendees and exhibitors. Housing reservations can now be made online at Surfaces.com and StonExpo.com. Seven hotel properties have been deemed official S2 hotels, offering a variety of accommodation levels and price-points.

Reduced rates are available at all official S2 hotel properties, offering nightly rates as low as $179 for Mandalay Bay; $199 for THEhotel; $169 for Cosmopolitan (new in the 2012 block); $75 for Luxor; $48 for Excalibur; $109 for MGM Grand; and $89 for New York, New York. Attendees and exhibitors alike are urged to act quickly to take advantage of any early bird rates available until August 30.

Additional discounts will be available soon to complete your travel plans—airline, rental car, shuttle, etc.

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