Urnporium will be exhibiting at the NFDA show in Austin
Urnporium an innovative new company that designs beautiful urns and has them produced by reputable factories worldwide will be exhibiting at the NFDA show in Austin.
Athens, GA, 10/17/13 – Urnporium will be exhibiting at the NFDA show in Austin. We welcome everyone in the industry to visit us at booth 738. We will have our full product line on display.
“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 welcome the opportunity to show our products in Austin.
To see Urnporium’s products please visit www.urnporium.com or stop by both 738 in Austin. For more information you can call 1-800-960-2516 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Urnporium welcomes everyonein the industry to visit their website www.urnporium.com
P.O. Box 49859
Athens, GA 30604
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