Timeless Tributes Announces Release of DVD Keepsake Box
Farmington, MO July 11, 2012 – Timeless Tributes, a nationwide provider of video tribute and webcasting products and services, announced the debut of their new customizable, DVD Keepsake Box. The magnetic clasp, personalized front cover, and customized insert make this DVD Keepsake a lifelong treasure for families.
“We are very excited to offer this new product to the industry. It is a great complimentary item to the DVD memorials being provided to families,” said Keith Petty, President and CEO of Timeless Tributes. “The ability to leave a lasting impression on a family by offering a high-quality keepsake is priceless.”
Established in 2003, Timeless Tributes supplies tribute video software designed specifically for the funeral industry. With over 1,000 clients, their software continuously provides quick and easy creation of professional video tributes in-house. In addition to video creation technology, their Memorial Streams products offer simple to operate and dependable webcasting packages that complement your memorial service offering with dignity and ease.
If you would like more information on these new Keepsake Boxes, please call or email Emily at Timeless Tributes. 800-497-2979, or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view the boxes online at www.timeless-tributes.com/vid.
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