May 2018 Meeting

May 2018 Meeting

  • May Meeting
    May 17, 2018
    5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

This Presentation is on the differences between Quartzite and Engineered Quartz, Soapstone and Marble, Travertine and Porcelain, etc, and how Natural Stone compares to Engineered products.

There is a use for all of them. But are you using them correctly, and are you aware of the limitations certain materials have in certain applications?

Presented By: Darik Campbell

Darik Campbell is the Division Manager of Mont Surfaces, by Mont Granite, Inc. and is the current President of the Indiana Chapter of the NKBA. He’s an active member of ASID, NARI and BAGI. If you are attending KBIS in Las Vegas in February 2019, he will be presenting a “Voices From The Industry” seminar as well. Darik graduated from Indiana University, coaches Babe Ruth Baseball, enjoys golf, and has always been interested in Design.

This Event Does Qualify for CEU’s

As a THANK YOU to Cathedral Marble for supplying my beautiful kitchen counters, As well as a big THANK YOU to my much loved Indiana NKBA group,

Susan Benedict’s “Design Alternatives”  will be supplying the deserts for the May meeting.

Many thanks to anyone who made a contribution after the tornado…. The money was used to buy new Industry Technical Manuals. Because I have these books, I am committing to take the CBD exam before the July 1st deadline.

No words can express my gratitude!

Susan Benedict CKD, CAPS


Venue Phone: 317-769-5900

Venue Website:

208 Trout St., Whitestown, Indiana, 46075, United States


Natural Stone is not Dave Duffy’s primary focus. In 1996 in a one-car garage, he and his wife Lynel, pulled together a group of people who set in motion a desire to bring the world’s most exquisitely handcrafted granite, marble and quartz to central Indiana homes. Staunchly guided by tenets of extraordinary quality and personal service, those colleagues and their growing team moved into a 12,000-square-foot building in 2003. Everyone at Cathedral Marble and Granite – from consultants to craftsmen – continue to share Dave’s single focus, and they are proud to share that craft with their clients.