Major project donors included Marble Of The World and A&G Concrete Pools. Marble Of The World’s Palm City, FL location donated the Absolute Black India and Peacock Green granite used in the construction of the monument. “We are proud to be involved with this project and happy to supply the granite for such an important tribute,” commented Marble Of The World president and owner Charles Urso. The company regularly donates funds and materials to local charities as part of its community support program, including a donation of over $250,000 in granite for the Lynn University Remembrance Plaza unveiled earlier this year to honor the faculty and students that perished during the devastating Haiti earthquake in 2010.
The Remembrance Service and 9/11 monument unveiling that follows is open to the public and free of charge. Anyone who suffered a personal loss on September 11, 2001 because of a terrorists’ actions that day are invited to be seated in a designated area in Village Square to honor their loved ones.
What: Port St. Lucie 9/11 Remembrance Service & Monument Unveiling
When: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 – Begins at 8:30AM
For More Info: Call (772) 807-4488
Port St. Lucie Website: http://www.cityofpsl.com/
About Marble of the World
For over 25 years, Marble of the World has been a leading resource among interior designers, architects, builders, and style-conscious homeowners. As one of the largest importers of exotic stone in the Southeast United States, Marble of the World’s state-of-the-