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Sam Hornish Jr. Battles to a 13th-Place Finish at Dover

Dover, Delaware  (June 2, 2012) – Sam Hornish, Jr., driver of the Penske Racing No. 12 WURTH Dodge Challenger, finished 13th  in Saturday afternoon’s 5 – Hour Energy 200 at Dover International Speedway.

Hornish started the 200 lap race from the 10th position on the grid after he turned a lap of 23.486 seconds around the “Monster Mile” at an average speed of 153.283 miles per hour during qualifying earlier in the day.

The field took the green and ran just three laps before the first caution flag was displayed with Hornish scored in the 11th position. At lap seven the green flag signaled a return to racing and, as the field settled into a rhythm, Hornish stayed in 11th. He informed crew chief Chad Walter that car was too loose in the corners and lacked rear grip. At lap 26 the second caution flag of the day was displayed, during which time the driver of the No. 12 Dodge radioed in that over the long run the front-end of the car was good, but that the rear of the car was still too loose.

At lap 32 the green flag flew and the driver from Defiance, Ohio was scored in the ninth position due to a few of the leaders pitting during the previous caution. At lap 40 NASCAR threw a pre-determined, competition caution and it was at this point that the No. 12 Wurth Dodge came into the pits for the first time. The Penske crew made air pressure and chassis adjustments in an effort to improve the car’s handling. When the green flag restarted the action at lap 45 Hornish was scored in the 12th position.

The ensuing run would prove to be the first long green flag run of the race and Hornish quietly went to work making up positions. Over the next 30 laps the 32 year-old driver passed five cars as he made his way into the eighth spot in the running order. During this period of the race Hornish reported that the car’s handling had improved into the corner, but it was still too tight on corner exit. At lap 116 the Wurth team ordered Hornish into the pits for the first green flag stop of the day. They once again made adjustments to improve the handling of the Dodge Challenger.

Hornish rejoined the action – scored ninth in the running order – as the field was cycling through green flag pit stops. At lap 122 Hornish was caught up in the aftermath of a single car spin and sustained moderate damage to the right-front corner of the car. This brought out another caution and when the pits were opened, Hornish came in and the crew went to work patching and repairing the injured Dodge. Due to the extensive work required to fix the Dodge Challenger Hornish lost a lap to the leaders.

The action resumed at lap 129 with Hornish scored 16th. Over the next segment of the race Hornish fought his way up as high as 11th in the running order while being shown the first car one lap down, but the caution the team was hoping for did not materialize.

As the laps wound down Hornish lost a couple of positions as his tires began to wear due to his hard charge effort for the “Lucky Dog” award earlier in the run. Hornish finished out the day in the 13th position just one spot behind Penske Racing teammate, Parker Kligerman who scored a 12th –place finish in the Snap-on Dodge.

“Compared to what we had yesterday I think that it was an OK day,” said Hornish. “I thought that we were making the car better all day. We didn’t have the track position that we needed but we were moving forward on the field when I was in the wrong place at the wrong time. I had two guys getting lapped get together right in front of me and slid into my front end. It took a pretty good gash out of the right-front quarter and forced us to pit road taking away all of my track position. The guys on this Wurth Dodge Challenger did a great job getting us back out and only losing a lap to the leader. It was a bummer because our car was starting to respond to the changes that Chad (Walter, crew chief) and the guys were making. We never got ourselves on the lead lap again and had to settle for a 13th-place finish.”

With this result Sam Hornish, Jr. and the No. 12 WURTH Dodge Challenger maintain the fourth position in the NASCAR Nationwide point standings.

No. 12 WURTH Dodge Preview -5- Hour Energy 200

• Sam Hornish Jr., driver of the No. 12 WURTH Dodge Challenger, will make his 12th start of the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) season Saturday afternoon in the 5 – Hour Energy 200 at Dover International Speedway (DIS)
• This race marks the third appearance of the season for Wurth as the primary sponsor of the No. 12 Penske Racing Dodge in NNS competition. Wurth will serve as the primary sponsor at a total of seven events this year. The Wurth Companies of North America provide customers with everything they need to succeed in the Automotive, Industrial and Woodworking Industries. Whether it is a small body shop or nationwide fleet maintenance company, Wurth USA offers the unparalleled selection and unbeatable service that is synonymous with the Wurth brand.
• Hornish’s return to DIS marks his eighth start at the venue.
• This will mark Hornish’s second Nationwide Series start at DIS (he started 20th and finished 23rd in 2008). He has six NASCAR Cup Series starts at DIS with his best finish a 13th in 2009
• From 2006 to present, Hornish has made a total of 44 NNS starts. He has scored one victory, four top-five and 11 top-10 finishes positions during that time.
• After 11 races Hornish and the Wurth Dodge team are fourth in the NNS Championship point standings.
• This weekend the No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger will race with chassis PRS-223 which was last raced at Texas Motor Speedway back in April.
• Fun fact – Sam is interested in U.S. history and Ohio history as well.
• Penske Racing has 357 all-time race victories with 102 stock car wins and 418 pole positions overall including 129 NASCAR poles.
• Tune in to SpeedTV on Sunday, June 2 to see Hornish as he continues in his first season as an analyst on SPEED Center.
• Follow Hornish at @PenskeRacing, @SamHornish, http://www.penskeracing.com, http://www.samhornish.com and http://www.facebook.com/penskeracing and http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sam-Hornish-Jr

Sam Hornish Jr. comments about this weekend’s 5 – Hour Energy 200
“Dover is one of the tracks that feel very fast from the driver’s seat. I always love going there and have had some very good runs but we always seem to have some kind of issue in the race, our goal this weekend is to change that. This will be my second time racing there in a Nationwide Series car and I am looking forward to it. We will be competing in the Wurth Dodge this weekend and we are ready for a great race at The Monster Mile.”

Crew Chief Chad Walter comments about this weekend’s 5 – Hour Energy 200
“Dover is a fun track. It is a track that requires stability for corner entry and then we also need the aero platform to be just right for the long fast turns. Being as fast as it is – there is always a concern about what is going on in front of you as the track can be very treacherous – especially if a car gets out of shape, as a lot of cars are likely to be affected. The Monster Mile is one of my favorite tracks and the Wurth Dodge crew is primed for strong outing this weekend.”

Hornish Has Strong Top-Five Finish at Richmond

Richmond, VA (April 27, 2012) -Sam Hornish, Jr. driver of the Penske Racing No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS), finished  fifth inFriday evening’s Virginia 529 College 250 at Richmond International Raceway. This event marked the second consecutive appearance of the No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger of seven that are scheduled this season.

Hornish started the 250-lap event from the 12th position on the grid based on his time from Friday afternoon’s qualifying session when he lapped the .7-mile oval in 22.041 seconds at an average speed of 122.499 miles per hour.

The green flag waved to start the race and the Defiance, Ohio native immediately went to work, making up several positions in the opening laps. At lap 10 he had maneuvered his way up to eighth-place despite the fact that he was experiencing an unusual vibration in the cars’ braking system. By lap 30 he was scored in the sixth position on the track. At this point during the long green flag run Hornish reported that the Wurth Dodge was loose on corner entry, tight in the middle of the corner and loose on corner exit.

At lap 67 a caution flag brought the Penske Dodge crew their first opportunity of the night to work on the Dodge Challenger. When the pit lane was opened, crew chief Chad Walter called in his driver and the Penske crew gave their Dodge four fresh tires and a tank a fuel, making slight air pressure adjustments to the rear tires to address the vehicle’s handling issues. This stop proved to be the first of several outstanding efforts by the Penske crew as the No. 12 Wurth Dodge advanced four positions in the running order.

When the green flag waved on lap 75 the Wurth Dodge was shown in the fourth position on the scoring pylon. The Indianapolis 500-winning driver reported that the car’s brakes still had a vibration and he was still too loose on corner entry and exit, and tight in the center, but he was able to make it work. Hornish was able to maintain a consistent presence in the top-five for the duration of the next run. At lap 115 the yellow caution flag was displayed once again which brought another opportunity for the Penske crew to service the No. 12 Dodge. This time Walter called for tires, fuel; an air pressure and a wedge adjustment.

At lap 124, the green flag restarted the action with the Wurth Dodge scored in third position. Once again the Penske crew were able to gain track position with their superb work in the pit stall. Over the course of the next segment of the race Hornish kept his Dodge comfortably in the top-six, running as high as second-place.

The Penske crew gave the Wurth machine its last service of the night on lap 204, during green flag conditions. Once again the crew did an outstanding job of servicing the car and Hornish rejoined the fray running in the top-six.

As the laps wound down, Hornish radioed in that the car’s handling was still less than optimal, yet he was able to run lap times that were close to those of the leaders. When the checkered flag ended the race on lap 250 Hornish was scored in the fifth position.

“It was a really good night for the Wurth Dodge; our pit crew was awesome tonight. We had a good car, but I just couldn’t quite keep up with the leaders,” said Hornish. “I would rather the pit crew have a great race and have a decent car than have a bad race for the pit crew and a great car. We just need a little bit more out of our Penske Dodge to win races, but we are closing in on it and as long as we continue to progress the way we have, it is just a matter of time before we get our Wurth Dodge into the victory circle. All in all it was a great night and I am so proud of this No. 12 Wurth Dodge team.”

With today’s result Sam Hornish, Jr. and the No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger remain fourth in the NASCAR Nationwide point standings.

Penske Racing teammate Brad Keselowski finished 16th in the No. 22 SKF Dodge

No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger Preview – Richmond

Sam Hornish Jr., driver of the Penske Racing No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger, will make his seventh start of the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) season Friday evening in the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond International Raceway (RIR).

This race marks the second of seven races with WURTH as a primary sponsor of the No. 12 Penske Racing Dodge in NNS competition. The Wurth Companies of North America provide customers with everything they need to succeed in the Automotive, Industrial and Woodworking Industries. Whether it is a small body shop or nationwide fleet maintenance company, Wurth USA offers the unparalleled selection and unbeatable service that is synonymous with the Wurth brand.

Hornish’s return to RIR marks his 12th consecutive year of competing at the venue.

This will mark Hornish’s fourth Nationwide Series start at RIR. He has six NSCS starts and 7 IICS starts which include two victories at the venue (2006 & 2002) and one pole (2005).

From 2006 to present, Hornish has made a total of 39 NNS starts. He has scored one victory, two top-five and eight top-10 finishes, while also claiming five top-five and 12 top-10 starting positions during that time.

After six races Hornish and the WURTH Dodge team are fourth in the NNS Championship point standings.

This weekend the No. 12 WURTH Dodge Challenger will race with chassis No. 224 which was last raced at Phoenix in March

Fun fact – Sam is currently reading the book The Last Open Road by B.S. Levy.

Penske Racing is proud to use PPG’s Envirobase® High Performance waterborne system on its cars as part of our ongoing initiative towards “green” business practices. Use of PPG’s Envirobase® High Performance waterborne coatings helps improve air quality by significantly reducing the amount of VOCs released into the atmosphere and provide our cars a superb finish.

Sam Hornish Jr. comments about this weekend’s Virginia 529 College Savings 250-“Richmond is a place I always enjoy because it has two distinctly different ends and it is a compromise to find the fastest way around the track. It may be that you get the car to handle great through turns 3 and 4, but you really have to wheel it through turns 1 and 2. I like that kind of track because it really challenges the driver and crew. We are happy to be back in the WURTH Dodge Challenger this weekend and are working hard to make gains in the championship.”

Crew Chief Chad Walter comments about this weekend’s Virginia 529 College Savings 250-“We had the opportunity to race with Sam last spring in Richmond, and I felt that we had a strong showing as we brought home a seventh -place finish. As a Crew Chief, Richmond is a tough venue, as the practice is early in the day and the race goes on into the night. Finding the balance to rotate the car in the center and have good drive off is the key here. The guys have put together a great looking Wurth Challenger and we are all ready to bring home a strong finish”.

Hornish Finishes 11th at Texas Motor Speedway

Fort Worth, Texas (April 13, 2012) – Sam Hornish, Jr. driver of the No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS), finished 11th in Friday night’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway. The evening’s race marked the first of seven appearances for the No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger in Nationwide Series competition this season.

Hornish started the 200-lap event from the 14th position on the grid based on his time from Friday afternoon’s qualifying session when he lapped the 1.5 mile high-banked oval in 30.383 seconds at an average speed of 177.731 miles per hour.

Hornish went right to work at the drop of the green flag and in the first four laps he gained four positions. Early in the race, the former open-wheel standout informed the Penske Racing crew that his Dodge Challenger was too free in the corners, but as the run continued it began to tighten up in the middle of the turn yet it did not help him at corner entry.

By lap 30, the Ohio native began experimenting with different lines on the race track and, in doing so, he discovered speed. During the first quarter of the race he turned several of the fastest laps of that part of the race. On lap 43, the 32 year-old-driver reported that the car had picked up a front vibration. Crew chief Chad Walter called his driver into the pits for service and adjustments on lap 45 and, just as Hornish entered the pits, the caution was displayed for debris on the racing surface. This resulted in the No. 12 Dodge losing a lap, but he was the first car one lap down and therefore the recipient of the Lucky Dog award. When green flag racing resumed on lap 52, the Wurth Dodge was scored in the 19th position.

Over the next 39 laps Hornish drove smart, smooth and fast advancing up to the 10th position. On lap 89 the second caution flag of the evening was displayed and the former Indy 500 winner reported that his Penske Dodge was very loose at the end of this run, even more so than it was at the end of the previous run. When the pits were opened on lap 91 Hornish once again brought his Wurth Dodge to the Penske crew for tires, fuel and further tuning on the car.

At lap 94 the green flag restarted the action but the yellow flag was displayed prior to completion of the lap. In addition, a lighting malfunction in the Turn 3 area of the track prolonged the yellow-flag period. The race was once again started at lap 103 with Hornish shown in seventh position.

Hornish had an excellent restart and drove his Penske Dodge up to third-place where he ran for the majority of the long green flag run. Towards the end of this run, Hornish reported that he had once again picked up a vibration on the front of the car. At lap 148 Walter called his driver into the pits for tires, fuel and adjustments to address the vibration and the loose-handling condition that his driver reported.

Following the pit-stop Hornish reported that the car was now very tight in the corners. At lap 161 the lights in the Turn 3 area of the track once again ceased to function and NASCAR red flagged the race at lap 169 while the Texas Motor Speedway staff changed the circuit-breaker that fed those lights.

The racing resumed at lap 172 with the Wurth Dodge shown in the eighth position. Once again Hornish reported that his Dodge was too tight in the middle of the high-banked corners. Over the waning laps of the race Hornish gave it his all – attempting differing lines on the track – but he was not able to find the speed that the car had earlier in the event and he had to settle for an 11th-place finish.

“Our Wurth Dodge was really good during the first part of the race,” said Hornish. “Then towards the end of the race we went from being loose in and off to being really tight in the center and off. Our Wurth car just wasn’t where we needed it to be at the end of the race. The good part was that early on our car was fast, we were able to race back from going down a lap due to the ill-timed yellow flag and we drove from 19th to fourth which showed how good our car was for much of the race. We are making improvements, but we still aren’t quite where we need to be.”

With today’s result Sam Hornish. Jr. and the No. 12 Wurth Dodge Challenger improved to fourth in the NASCAR Nationwide point standings

Keselowski Makes It Two-In-A Row at Bristol Motor Speedway

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Bristol, Tennessee  (March 18, 2012) Brad Keselowski, driver of the Penske Racing No. 2 Miller Lite/WURTH Dodge Charger in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS), scored his first win of the 2012 season in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS) on Sunday afternoon. Keselowski displayed a dominant car – leading a total of 232 laps – to score his second consecutive victory at the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.”

This is the first NSCS victory for WURTH, a great supporter of the No. 2 car. This is a recap of the huge win for the team.

Keselowski began the 500-lap event from the fifth position based on his qualifying lap of 15.367 seconds, or 124.865 miles per hour, during the Friday afternoon qualifying session. The Miller Lite/WURTH Dodge took several laps to come alive and, as a result, Keselowski dropped two spots at the drop of the green flag. When the handling condition came to Keselowski’s liking, the Rochester Hills, MI native began turning some of the fastest laps on the track. Disaster nearly struck at lap 24 as two competitors immediately in front of the Miller Lite machine made contact, setting off an incident that collected several contending cars. Keselowski was able to escape with only minor damage to the nose, which was repaired under the caution period. Keselowski restarted the race from the 10th position at lap 47, following a lengthy clean up.

As the race resumed, Keselowski radioed to crew chief Paul Wolfe that his car had excellent stability on corner entry and great forward drive. His only complaint was that the car was a touch tight in the center of the corners. Keselowski was able to move up to the middle groove as he set his sights on the front of the field. The second of five cautions on the day fell at lap 116 with Keselowski running in the seventh position. After bringing his car to the attention of his pit crew for air pressure and track bar adjustments, Keselowski returned to action in the fifth position as the Miller Lite/WURTH crew continued their great pit work on the year.

Once again, Keselowski began turning some of the fastest laps on the track as he quickly worked his way into the second position. Once there he began to stalk race leader Brian Vickers like a lion after his prey. Following a great battle with the No. 55 car, Keselowski assumed the top spot at lap 218. He would continue to lead the field as green-flag pit stops, which occurred for the Miller Lite/WURTH team at lap 255, cycled out at lap 264.

Following a lap 347 restart, Keselowski entered into what would be a long, tough fight with the No. 17 of Matt Kenseth. The two drivers raced hard and clean, giving the fans exactly what they expect to see at the famed BMS oval. They would swap the top spot several times before Keselowski took control again at lap 391. A late-race caution flag at lap 477 provided Keselowski and Wolfe an opportunity to either stay out for track position, or pit for fresh tires. Wolfe kept his driver on the racing surface as Kenseth followed suit. Keselowski was able to hold off the former Cup Series champion to secure a hard-fought victory.

Penske Racing teammate, AJ Allmendinger was credited with a 17th-place finish in Sunday’s Food City 500.

“This Miller Lite/WURTH Dodge here, a brand new car that Penske Racing built, everybody back in the shop did a phenomenal job,” said Keselowski. “The last few races have been really good, and I knew we had a shot at winning one if we ran like we had over the last few weeks.  You know Matt (Kenseth) didn’t make it easy. He raced me hard and I raced him hard. We rubbed a little bit, but that’s good racing. I don’t know how anyone can say Bristol racing isn’t as good as it’s ever been.”

Following Sunday’s event, Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite/WURTH Dodge team are ranked 13th in the driver point standings and 14th in the owner point standings.

Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite/WURTH Dodge team will move on to Auto Club Speedway next Sunday, March 25, for the Auto Club 400. Coverage will be seen live beginning at 2:30 pm EST on FOX. The race will also be heard on the Motor Racing Network and Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 90.

WURTH GROUP Joins Penske Racing as a Sponsor in 2012

January 26, 2012 (Mooresville, NC) – Penske Racing welcomes a new partner to its NASCAR Nationwide Series program in 2012 as The WURTH GROUP will sponsor the Dodge Challenger driven by Sam Hornish, Jr. The No. 12 WURTH Dodge will be featured as primary sponsor in seven races as it marks the beginning of a multi-year partnership between WURTH and Penske Racing. WURTH will also be an associate sponsor for the remaining 26 Nationwide Series races and also as an associate sponsor of No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge in the Sprint Cup Series.

A leading supplier of high-quality automotive and industrial parts, cabinet supplies and fasteners, WURTH has more than 40,000 customers across the nation.

“The WURTH GROUP is a world-wide leader in the automotive and industrial supply business and we are pleased to have them join our team,” said Roger Penske. “Having WURTH as a partner brings value to every aspect of our company and their involvement will enhance our ability to compete for wins and hopefully the Nationwide Series title this season.”

With WURTH on board as a sponsor for 2012, Hornish and the No. 12 team will compete for the full Nationwide Series season, racing with Alliance Truck Parts as a partner as well.

“We are really excited to bring WURTH into the NASCAR Nationwide Series. I am grateful that they have joined our team because it is their support that makes it possible for us to run for the championship this year,” said Hornish. “We know that they will be a great partner to Penske Racing and we will do our best to get the No. 12 WURTH Dodge into Victory Circle.”

While this season marks its entry into North American motorsports, WURTH has been actively involved in European racing for over 30 years supporting teams in various disciplines including the Formula One and DTM Series.

“Roger and his companies are the epitome of excellence and integrity,” said Robert Stolz, CEO of the Wurth Group, North America.”Their commitment to the highest quality and customer service mirrors our own corporate culture. While we have one of the most recognized brands in industrial distribution in Europe and Asia, we are just beginning to roll it out in America. Our partnership with Penske Racing will be of great value to us as we look to expand further into this market.”

WURTH offers an extensive catalog of hardware, chemicals, fasteners and more, providing customers with everything they need to succeed. Small body shops and nationwide fleet maintenance companies alike can benefit from the unparalleled selection and unbeatable service that is synonymous with the WURTH brand.

Penske Racing is one of the most successful teams in the history of professional sports. Competing in a variety of disciplines, cars owned and prepared by Penske Racing have produced 350 major race wins – including a record 15 Indianapolis 500 victories, more than 410 pole positions and 23 National Championships. For more information about Penske Racing, please visit www.penskeracing.com.

Wurth Wood Group Named Wholesale Distributor for Wilsonart

November 4, 2011 (Charlotte, NC) – Wurth Wood Group, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, has been named the exclusive wholesale distributor for Wilsonart International’s Northern Virginia and Baltimore, MD, markets, as well as co-distributor for all of North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee from Wurth distribution centers located in Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh. Wurth Wood Group will handle distribution of Wilsonart’s laminates, solid surfaces, adhesives, decorative edges, decorative metals and sinks beginning January 2, 2012. Wurth has been a Wilsonart distributor since 1998 in Richmond and Norfolk Virginia, and the two companies have more recently partnered in Roanoke, VA, Chattanooga, TN, and Atlanta, GA. “We are thrilled to expand our role with Wilsonart,” says Roger Debnam, President of Wurth Wood Group. “It is our goal to offer customers the best and most trusted products for the trade, and Wilsonart helps us do just that.” The exclusive relationship in Baltimore/North Virginia and the addition of the North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee markets will allow Wurth to streamline its offering across much of the company’s footprint. Wilsonart products will replace Formica and Nevamar brands in their respective markets. Wurth Wood Group has been in business since 1983, distributing decorative high pressure laminate (HPL) and related items to support the cabinetmaking, countertop and store fixture industry. Wurth operates 12 distribution centers in seven states. ”Wurth is ideally positioned to represent Wilsonart in the mid-Atlantic markets,” says Buddy Mohler, Wilsonart Director of Sales for Independent Distribution. “They understand the challenges and opportunities that exist in these markets with our shared customers. Both of our companies are focused on growth for the products we market.” Wurth Wood Group will replace REICO as sole distributor for Wilsonart in the Baltimore/Northern Virginia markets.

About Wurth Wood Group

Wurth Wood Group offers a full range of professional-grade hardware, laminate, wood products, coatings and shop supplies. The company began in Charlotte, NC, in 1983 with a clear vision for serving custom cabinet builders, as well as commercial fixture and millwork companies. Over the next 29 years, the organization has grown to 12 locations operating in seven states. Wurth partners with fine companies such as Columbia Forest Products, Blum, ML Campbell and Wilsonart and prides itself in offering outstanding service and quality products that true craftsmen are proud to use. Woodworking projects can literally begin and end with Wurth. For more information, please visit www.WurthWoodGroup.com

About Wilsonart

Wilsonart International was founded in 1956 in Temple, Texas, and has since grown to become the leading producer of High Pressure Decorative Laminate in North America. The company has achieved success through a combination of outstanding service, high-quality products and a focus on continuously redefining the laminate surface through improved performance and aesthetics. For more information, call the Wilsonart customer service hotline at 800-433-3222 or visit www.Wilsonart.com

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