South Carolina Cremation Society Premieres New Website
Since 2000 when the South Carolina Cremation Society (SCCS) opened for business, it has been a respected leader in the South Carolina funeral industry. Unlike traditional funeral homes, the South Carolina Cremation Society has paved a path for affordable and practical end-of-life services on the consumer’s terms, without a heavy or emotional sales pitch.
With the number of people choosing cremation for final needs at over 40% nationwide and still rising, President Ray Visotski and his team knew there was a better way. Today, they extend their promise of a simple and inexpensive South Carolina cremation with a new website to show those shopping for final needs a better way.
This beautiful new site emphasizes SCCS’
- Worry Free Cremation™, a 10-step process to ensure each cremation is properly handled
- Participation in the Veteran’s Funeral Care program
- Solution for final needs that makes sense
- Value of planning ahead
As the new website describes, by planning ahead for cremation, South Carolinians can define and communicate their final wishes, lock in a low price for cremation, and save their families from the burden of planning and payment. The site includes stunning online memorials dedicated to those who have passed and used this service, a cremation blog for more information about the process and options, and cremation cost information.
In regards to visitors to the new site, Visotski says, “This new website enables us to quickly establish a trusting relationship with our clients, and I have been very pleased with the initial comments from those using the new site.”
About South Carolina Cremation Society
The South Carolina Cremation Society is the un-funeral home, a funeral home dedicated to providing South Carolinians with a simple and inexpensive process for final needs without having to visit the funeral home. The South Carolina Cremation Society is proud of the reputation we have earned serving the community with respected cremation services since 2000.
Contact: Ray Visotski
Address: 138 Corley Mill Rd. Lexington SC 29072
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