Congressional Cemetery Has A Clever Advertising Campaign, It’s Impressive
I got an email yesterday from the President of Congressional Cemetery that contained images from a new ad campaign they are running. My initial thought was “how clever could cemetery advertising be?”. I mean we really don’t see much ‘out of the box’ thinking.
When I looked at the ads I was impressed, entertained and chuckling. With permission I am sharing the ads with you.
Funeral advertising doesn’t have to be boring and traditional. Below is proof.
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