Experience the speed of Trigard in Charlotte with full-size NASCAR® simulator

August 8, 2012
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Charlotte –Trigard invites funeral professionals to burn some virtual rubber in a full-size NASCAR simulator provided by Cordell Racing during the 2012 NFDA Convention and Expo. A pair of NASCAR tickets to any race in the country will be awarded to the fastest time each day.
Trigard is quickly becoming one of the premier signage companies for the racing industry, with work hanging at the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Hall of Honor in Charlotte, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the Chicagoland Speedway.
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“From funeral homes and cemeteries to professional racing, more people are recognizing our level of expertise. We are becoming the source to differentiate yourself from the rest of the pack,” explains Rich Darby, Chief Operating Officer, Trigard.
Trigard’s booth will feature the new Memorial Rocks and Façade personal memorials as well as the popular Healing Tree® burial and urn vault.
To learn more about the new Memorial Rocks and Façade personal memorials and keepsakes visit www.trigardmemorials.com or call 800.798.4900. To learn more about the gentle power of the Healing Tree visit www.trigard.com or call 800.637.1992.

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