Surfaces debuts job board on event websites

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Dallas—Surfaces and StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas are pleased to announce the addition of an online job board to both event websites. This dynamic tool allows website visitors to conduct job searches and employers to post available positions in the flooring and natural stone communities.

“Although our job boards are in their preliminary stage of development, we’ve already seen high activity in both the searching and posting aspects,” said Kelly Cooper, marketing manager. “During these tough economic times, especially on the employment front, we feel a responsibility to our trade communities to serve as a dependable and comprehensive resource. By contributing to the growth of the floor covering and natural stone industries, our S2 events will continue to prosper and grow as well. It’s a win-win for all,” concluded Cooper.

For more information, visit the job board at and

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