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The 100-year-old company celebrates the first year anniversary of its Armoury District showroom.
Last night, Ames Tile and Stone invited designers, clients and neighbours to a backyard celebration. Ames may be a century-old company (theyve been around since 1912), but today marks the one-year anniversary of their new showroom, located in Vancouver’s Armoury District.Boy With a Knife Catering (you may remember Chef Brandon Dac from our How to Butcher a Chicken in 5 Minutes or Less video) took care of the food, serving hor d’oeuvres alongside a fine selection of wine and pints from Strange Fellows Brewing.
Ames has showrooms across the West (Burnaby, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg) in addition to their Vancouver location.Ames Tile and Stone, 1011636 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver.