Cherokee Child Caskets and ASD Offer New Discount to Funeral Director Clients
Griffin, GA – Cherokee Child Caskets is a leading provider of youth and child caskets. Founded in 1941, Cherokee Child Caskets provides handcrafted, high-quality caskets for infants, children and youths. Families may choose from a selection of over 10,000 different child caskets, with a variety of sizes, styles, colors and other options. Cherokee’s longstanding tradition of striving for “Excellence without Exception” guarantees every casket maintains the highest level of craftsmanship.
This summer, Cherokee Child Caksets began a partnership with ASD – Answering Service for Directors, under which ASD clients can benefit from incentives by working with Cherokee. This partnership will ensure funeral directors are rewarded for working with two of the most trusted names in the funeral business.
ASD is the largest funeral-exclusive answering service supporting funeral professionals with comprehensive call support and state-of-the-art technology. Both companies have a long history in the business and their reputations are unrivaled in the funeral profession.
Mike Mims, President of Cherokee Child Casket Company expressed his enthusiasm, “Cherokee is excited to partner with ASD in offering our clients quality service and products for those difficult but important calls.”
Funeral professionals who serve a family suffering the loss of a child can offer Cherokee’s large selection of handcrafted, top quality caskets and receive a discount offered only to ASD clients. The incentive can be used for each Cherokee order and applies to memorialization products, memory books, urns and keepsakes, in addition to child caskets.
Cherokee Child Caskets and ASD are confident this partnership will help funeral professionals better serve families experiencing such a heart-breaking loss. Both companies are enthusiastic about helping funeral professionals save using companies highly regarded for their exceptional service.
About Cherokee Child Caskets:
Since 1941, Cherokee Child Casket Company has been dedicated to funeral homes and the families they serve in providing quality child funeral products. Cherokee’s founding principal is based on quality craftsmanship and good service. Because of this founding principle, Cherokee remains the leader in children’s caskets. For more information, contact Michael Mims, President, at 800-535-8667 or [email protected].
ASD is the leader in answering services and call support for funeral professionals. As a full service provider, ASD empowers directors and staff of funeral homes to offer the highest caliber of service, both at and away from the office. ASD’s innovative technology and call support expertise that have made it a national leader in the death care space. No other answering service can rival the state-of-the-art technology, customizable systems and extensive training provided by ASD. Headquartered in Media, Pennsylvania, the firm offers comprehensive answering services for funeral homes and funeral related businesses of all sizes. For more information, visit http://www.myasd.com or call 800-868-9950.
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