Greeting Express introduces “The Legacy Book”
Greeting Express, Inc., a custom web-to-print company based in Durham, North Carolina, is pleased to announce the introduction of its Custom Photo Book Creation Software exclusively designed for the use in Funeral Homes. The Legacy Book Program will give funeral homes across the country the opportunity to design layouts using the pictures provided by the family for a tangible book keepsake. An approved vendor of the North Carolina Funeral Home Director’s Association, Greeting Express is excited to make this new product available to the masses. Offering a next day turnaround time and exclusivity options, this promises to be a product that will set you apart from your competition. Greeting Express has seen orders as high as the mid-twenties for a single family, and has had an incredible reception from the families that have already purchased the product through their providing funeral home.
The goal is to help families “remember a lifetime for a lifetime” in a way they can literally get their hands on and enjoy no matter the time of day, or presence of technology. With an innovative product such as this, Directors may ask themselves “how easy will this be to use?” and the bottom line question for everyone, “how can this help my business grow?” The Legacy Book Software has an auto populate feature, and all applications within the program can be used with simple “drag and drop” technology. As far as benefit to the business of funeral homes across the country, the answer is easily seen in the expressions on the faces of the families when they see these books. Anthony DeMarco of Greeting Express shares the secret, “We give loved ones an opportunity to connect back with the history of a person in a way that is familiar to them no matter their age, and the sentimental emotional value they express back to us is worth more than anything”.
If you are interested in learning more about the Legacy Book Program, or hearing testimonials from the funeral homes already using the software, please feel free to contact Greeting Express by calling 919-695-4000 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. “We are in this for the long haul,” DeMarco says, “and are ready to bring the joy of remembering into a time that can be taken over by loss”.
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