September 2019 Article Archives

MBNA is a proud hole sponsor at the 3rd Annual Museum Foundation Golf Tournament!

Originally designed in 1979 and opened to the public in March 1981, the goal of the Elberton Granite Museum & Exhibit was to provide a resource to the public that relates the history of Elberton’s granite industry, to preserve its traditions, and to explain the quarrying and manufacturing processes. Over the years, the museum collection has grown, and the facilities are in need of improvements. Participation and support in the golf tournament will help the Elberton Granite Museum & Exhibit achieve their fundraising goals as all proceeds will benefit the Elberton Granite Museum Foundation.

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MBNA Provides MBHealthcare Program for Members

In response to challenges of the exploding cost of healthcare coverage in the United States, MBNA partners with other industry associations to offer an affordable and accessible solution.

The Monument Builders of North America (MBNA) offers a program for its U.S.-based members aimed at providing employer members, their employees, and self-employed industry professionals a viable, cost effective, and accessible healthcare program. Entitled the MBHealthcare Program, this innovative program couples two ACA-compliant preventative care options, with a medical cost sharing program to cover significant and catastrophic medical events.

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A memorial can tell a person's life story in many ways: through the words carved into it, through its location, and through the form it takes. Custom carved memorials are beautiful and unique. They help to capture the story of a lifetime. This video shows brief snippets from the process of carving a custom monument.

It has often been said that monument builders tell stories in stone. This is the second video in a three video series that shows how a good monument builder can tell a story in stone.

Memorialization is about making memories permanent. This video portrays the story of a father, a son, and some tender moments that were recorded in stone for the generations to remember.