Tukios.com Launches Online Tribute Video Software
After running FuneralRecording.com for nearly a decade, Curtis Funk of Utah realized the technology was now available for an online tribute video creator.
?Tukio? is a swahili term for ?event.?
Tukios allows funeral homes and families to create and share their videos through social media, e-mail links and funeral home websites. Once the tribute video is created, Tukios deploys a file download, archival DVD or well-packaged keepsake that is resold by funeral homes.
Tukios? public launch slammed it out of the park at the recent ICCFA Convention in Las Vegas. Their welcoming tiki booth generated traffic and interest, and was unlike any other booth in the convention. Several visitors returned to lounge, eat and rest on the bamboo chairs and tables. Said one exhibitor, ?Tukios clearly has the best booth here.?
Currently, funeral directors acquire expensive software and create tribute videos themselves, or hire expensive videographers to create their tributes. Tukios offers a low cost, high quality tribute video alternative.
John Perkes of Colonial Funeral Home in Idaho stated, ?The first time I used Tukios, I timed myself…It took six minutes. Tukios saves me hours over my old software.?
Curtis stated, ?We take pride in not being everything for everyone. We specialize in a few services and do them better than anyone else.?
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