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Dallas, TX – February 20, 2017 – Daltile, Marazzi, and American Olean are offering buying group dealers the ultimate in timely product availability through innovative “locally-stocked” programs nationwide.

“Traditionally, flooring retailers are used to tile orders being fulfilled within the industry-standard lead-time of 7 to 10 days.  Our brands are innovating and drastically shortening that turn-time for our dealers,” said Jeremy Sax, general manager of dealer sales, Dal-Tile Corporation.  “Daltile, Marazzi, and American Olean brands are removing this availability barrier and essentially putting stock at our dealers’ fingertips to help them increase their sales.”

“Although an end-consumer can still select from any of our 32,000 SKUS, we are strategically helping our dealers find success by providing them with a targeted sales approach,” said Sax.  “We specifically identity those products that are the hottest sellers in various regions around the country and we locally stock those for immediate availability.  We are very nimble and through programs such as our locally-stocked strategy, we quickly meet the needs of our customers.”

“This program came into being, because we listened to our customers,” added Sax.  “We listened to our customers and then acted quickly to put together a program that will benefit their business based on their needs.  Our Daltile, Marazzi, and American Olean brands are keeping more stock locally at over 300 company sales service centers nationwide, specifically the 12” x 24” products that are the number one sellers predominately across the country, so products can now be sold as same-day pickup/delivery, or next-day pickup/delivery.”

“This is just one of the latest examples of how we listen to our customers’ feedback, acknowledge that feedback, and then make something impactful happen for their business,” concluded Sax.

For more information, contact Jeremy Sax at [email protected].


About Daltile

Daltile is the industry-leading brand of ceramic, porcelain, glass and metal tile as well as natural stone, large-format slab and countertop products. Daltile products are distributed through over 250 company-owned sales service centers, stone slab yards and gallery design centers that service a robust network of trade customers. Dedicated to innovative product development and distinguished style, Daltile provides a rich palette of quality products created to inspire residential and commercial designs. For more information, visit daltile.com and follow Daltile on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.


About Marazzi

With a bold vision for the future, Marazzi built the first Italian-owned ceramic manufacturing plant in the U.S. in 1982, assuring domestic access to world-renowned technology and style.  Manufacturing a vast array of quality tile products, including porcelains, glazed ceramics, glass mosaics, natural stones and metallics, the brand continues to evolve for the savvy homeowner and designer.  Bold, daring and occasionally over the top, Marazzi provides captivating designs that integrate Italian style into exciting and imaginative environments. For more information, visit marazzitile.com and follow Marazzi on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube.


About American Olean

Since 1923, American Olean has been offering an extensive array of quality tile products. Through an appealing selection and a trusted network of industry professionals, American Olean empowers the creative visions of residential and commercial design and construction. For more information, visit americanolean.com and follow American Olean on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, Houzz and Pinterest.


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Editorial Director and Senior Writer for TileLetter and TileLetter ARTISAN

Lesley Goddin has been writing and journaling since her first diary at age 11. Her journey has taken her through a career in publishing and publicity, landing her the editor position of TileLetter and its special publications in 2006. Her goal is to educate, inspire, recognize and encourage those in the tile industry -- especially the tile and stone contractor.

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