Did You See The Custom Hot Rod Casket On Shipping Wars Last Night?

January 17, 2013
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Personalization, personalization, personalization…that is the message about funeral service that is beginning conveyed on television right now. From ‘Best Funeral Ever‘ to ‘Shipping Wars’ on A&E.

Last night on the show, one of the drivers had to transport a custom hot rod casket. This casket really looks like a mini hot rod. The casket created and shipped by Til’ We Meet Again and was delivered to Waterloo Funeral Supply.

The episode description reads:

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Jarrett fails to impress his customer with his packaging skills of a life size Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots game and then nabs a hot rod casket to make some extra cash. Jennifer races against the clock to ship a pregnant horse overnight before it overheats and loses the baby.

Here’s a link to the show in it’s entirety from last night (skip to the 10:34 mark to see the hot rod casket segment):

Rock ’em, Sock ’em, Ride ’em, Drop ’em Full Episode – Shipping Wars – A&EJarrett fails to impress his customer with his packaging skills of a life size Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots game and then nabs a hot rod casket to make some extra cash. Jennifer races against the clock to ship a pregnant horse overnight before it overheats and loses the baby.

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So what do you think? Why didn’t the drive cover the casket and why did she only dock $50 for the ding?

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