Veterans & Family Memorial Care gets Website Makeover, now VeteransHonored.com
Sanibel. FL- In order to better articulate it’s brand promise, Mark Davis, founder & CEO of Veterans & Family Memorial Care a division of ValMark Memorial Group announced a bold transformation of theVFMC website which includes a website address change. The new website address is VeteransHonored.com. “The old URL, VeteransFuneralHomes.com will always continue to point to the VFMC website” said Mark, “but we feel that this new domain name better represents the direction the company is moving in. There will be a number of value added features to the VFMC website in the coming weeks and we are excited about the new look and feel of the site.”
At honoring veterans and active duty military no one does it better than the nearly 1000 certified Veterans & Family Memorial Care Providers in 49 states nationwide. The VFMC network of family owned & operated funeral homes have deep roots in their communities and work closely with all veteran?s service organizations. They are committed to offering the highest level of service and quality affordable merchandise. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs does an excellent job providing veterans burial benefits if you use a VA National Cemetery for burial. However, the VA does not provide or pay for funeral or cremation arrangements, transportation or military honors all of which can be arranged through local Certified Veterans & Family Memorial Care Providers.
Throughout the year many Exclusive VFMC Providers participate in VFMC’s signature community outreach programs and serve as a catalyst for citizens to honor and support our nation’s heroes which include both veterans and active duty military. These initiatives include: Xmas Stockings for Soldiers, Operation Sweaters for Veterans and Operation Valentine. In addition VFMC is a national sponsor and strategic partner of non-profits Cell Phones for Soldiers and Wreaths Across America.
Veterans & Family Memorial Care Providers are acutely aware that you never get a second opportunity to honor the life of a loved one. VFMC selects only family owned and operated funeral homes with experience caring for families from all walks of life. They choose them because they are leaders in their profession and are committed to providing dedicated, caring service while upholding the highest level of ethical business standards. They believe in the bond of trust created between neighbors serving neighbors.
“Our growth and market saturation throughout the past several years has been nothing short of spectacular ” said Mark Davis. “Our ability to develop and produce all of the marketing tools and materials necessary for our Providers to work the programs has been the cornerstone of our success.” Included in the materials are the VFMC “Proudly Serving Those Who Have Proudly Served” brochures, membership certificates, frameable identifcation posters, window clings, press releases, newspaper ads, flyers, inserts and radio commercials.
There are still many exclusive territories available throughout the U.S. For more information on becoming a certified Veterans & Family Memorial Care Provider visit: VeteransHonored.com or call toll free (866) 770-6791.
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