ABB was founded in the late 1890s as Acme Block and Tile

Acme Block and Brick (ABB) in Crossville and the Crossville–Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce (Chamber) is inviting the public to a customer appreciation celebration Wednesday June 19.

There will be Lunch provided, plant tours and ribbon cutting. Festivities are from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Scan above – Customer appreciation lunch.

ABB was founded in the late 1890s as Acme Block and Tile. Headquartered in Kingston and originally servicing the Roane County area, the company has grown to serve Southern Kentucky, Middle and Eastern Tennessee and into Northern Georgia.

“Our mission is to be the premier provider of high-quality masonry and hardscape products, delivering durable and sustainable solutions that build stronger foundations for our communities,” according to ABB. “Through innovation, integrity and a commitment to excellence, we aim to exceed customer expectations, while prioritizing safety, environmental responsibility and long-term partnerships.“

ABB is located at 248 Dayton Spur Road in Crossville For more information, visit HERE.

The Chamber is located 34 South Main Street in Crossville.

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