Urnporium Has Just Received A Shipment Of Genuine Mahogany Urns
Urnporium an innovative new company designs beautiful urns that families love and offers them to funeral homes at prices that allow them to offer urns their families can afford.
Urnporium is now introducing new line of Mahogany Wood Urns. These are produced in South East Asia out of sustainably grown mahogany wood. Our urns are produced in a furniture factory and are made from furniture grade mahogany. They are made well and are very beautiful. These urns are of the highest quality but are also very affordable. These are a great option for families who want something very nice but are on a budget.
“We are a small family business with low overhead and are able to design and distribute our products very cost effectively.” said Charles Langlois. “ We hope funeral homes take advantage of this opportunity to offer their families genuine mahogany urns at reasonable prices.
To see Urnporium’s products please visit www.urnporium.com For Prices are more information you can call 1-800-960-2516 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Urnporium is pleased to introduce our new line of genuine mahogany urns and will be adding new products so please check in with Urnporium often to see what is new.
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