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52 • RV PRO • SEPTEMBER 2014 rv-pro.com However, it goes beyond that, according to Chris Dokko, sales and marketing coor- dinator for Samsung Chemical USA, which is based in La Mirada, Calif. "Because of the smaller scale of an RV interior versus residential and commercial spaces, designers tend to stylize RV inte- riors to add a high level of sophistication combined with innovative utility," he says. "Our Staron brand of solid-surface material is ideally suited to mid-range and higher- end units, and the sheet stock can easily be converted into beautiful and functional countertops, shower walls, and décor trim suitable for RV interiors, as well as million- dollar yachts." Jeff Moore, vice president of sales and marketing for Tulsa, Okla.- based GSP Sur- faces, says that company's Mystera Acrylic Solid Surface product is aimed especially toward higher-end RVs. "It's a veined product, and it's definitely not a particulate look," he says. "Because of its price point, it's designed mainly for higher-end coaches." Others see solid surface as being far RV Countertops GSP Surfaces says the company's Mystera Acrylic Solid Surface product features a veined surface that differentiates it from a particulate product. Because of its price point, it's designed mainly for high-end coaches. PHOTO COURTESY OF GSP SURFACES

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