The Prius Hearse

November 7, 2012
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Guest article contributed by: Caleb Wilde, Calebwilde.com

This thing is in the design phase by Lequios Hearses of Japan.  And I’m gonna be Debbie Downer here.  I don’t think it’d work … at least in America.

Americans like to go out in style in a Caddy or a Lincoln.  They like their cars big and showy in life and death.  Do Americans REALLY want their loved ones to be transported in the epitome of conservation, economy and weakness?

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If you’d want to use a Prius Hearse for your loved one’s funeral, “Like” this blog post.  If you’re like “naaah, give me a Lincoln” tell me why you’d opt for the big Linc.

Caleb Wilde

I'm a sixth generation funeral director. I have a grad degree in Missional Theology. And I like to read and write. Connect with my writing and book plans by "liking" me on facebook. And keep tabs with my blog via subscription or twitter.
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