CMA New Member- CAPCO Tile & Stone

From their website:

CAPCO Tile & Stone imports and distributes the finest in ceramic tile, stone tile, and stone slab from Italy and around the globe. Established in Colorado Springs in 1977, CAPCO moved its main warehouse and showroom to Denver in 1978. In the late 1980’s, CAPCO opened branches in Las Vegas, Nevada, Fort Collins and Carbondale, Colorado. Each branch location had its own showroom, showcasing tile and stone in vignettes and floor patterns. Building on the success of these branch showroom operations, the company continued its expansion into the 1990’s establishing branches in Grand Junction, Avon, and Boulder. By the mid 1990’s, CAPCO was well regarded as one of the premier tile distributors in the Rocky Mountain region.

In 1996, a new ownership group purchased CAPCO with a focus on service and reliability aimed toward further growth and expansion. Riding the explosive wave of growth in the region and promoting a “customer comes first” attitude, CAPCO’s sales multiplied threefold over the next four years. 1999 saw the addition of a new branch in Silverthorne. In 2000, CAPCO integrated stone slab into its product line, rounding out CAPCO’s standing as the one-stop leader in the tile and stone industry. CAPCO positioned slab warehouse locations in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and Basalt to provide flexibility for customer selection and pick-up. Finally outgrowing its original Denver location, CAPCO moved to a new, 87,000 square foot facility in 2001, combining all of its products under one roof. The most recent additions to the CAPCO family are in Fort Collins, Colorado, with the addition of a slab location next door to the existing tile branch. Today CAPCO showroom branches serve the entire Rocky Mountain region, from Montana to Colorado and west to Nevada, with the finest selection of imported tile and stone from around the world.


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