Trigard To Unveil Memorial Rocks At ICCFA Convention And Expo
Danville, IL — Trigard will demonstrate strength in innovation at booth 541 at the ICCFA Convention and Expo in Las Vegas in March by giving funeral directors and cemeteries a first look at a new product from the manufacturer.
Trigard will unveil their latest product, Variety Monuments. These lightweight memorial rocks provide a lasting tribute to a family’s loved one while enhancing the landscape of their home garden or the cemetery. The family can place cremated remains inside a compartment in the rock or simply dedicate a space in their loved one’s honor after burial or scattering.
In addition to the new product, Trigard’s marketing team has designed a family-focused wall display system to showcase the rocks. This turnkey solution will be on display at ICCFA Convention.
Rich Darby, Chief Operating Officer, saw the addition of memorial rocks to Trigard’s products as a natural fit. “It’s another tool in the toolbox for funeral homes and cemeteries,” he said. “The rocks – and the display system – are ways to add value for the family and the funeral home or cemetery without a major up-front investment.”
Variety Monuments’ faux rocks are crafted from molds based on natural rocks. The forms are lined with concrete and painted in one of three natural colors. Families can choose from six styles then personalize the tribute with a bronze plaque.
For more information about the new rocks, call 800.798.4900 or visit http://www.trigardmemorials.com.
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