FUNERALSCREEN INTRODUCES A NEW LINE OF WALL MOUNT DIGITAL SIGN SYSTEMS
FuneralScreen a wholly-owned entity of Greene Valley Media Co. has introduced a new line of wall mounted digital signage systems to complement its current line of digital signage products.
The Signature Series line consist of two models – the SS1 single screen model and the SS2 dual screen model. Both models are manufactured with precision CNC manufacturing and can be engraved with any text or even a logo. Available in Mahogany, Chestnut, Walnut, Fruitwood standard ﬁnishes, 4 premium metallic ﬁnishes or custom matched to any color. Developed specifically as an extremely low profile signage option that funeral homes can easily mount on the wall.
The single screen model is perfect for a smaller lobby, over a register book or outside a viewing room to identify the location to guests. The dual screen model can display details about a current service one screen while at the same time display promotional or informational content on the remaining screen.
They include 22” high definition 1080P LED touchscreen displays all backed a 3 year warranty. As with all FuneralScreen products, the sign content can be updated and scheduled from anywhere in the world.
“The Signature Series sign look absolutely stunning in any funeral home. At just 2.5” deep, these real wood enclosures provide an attractive way for funeral homes and cemeteries to provide personalized service details to families and guests,” said Jeff McCauley, President of Greene Valley Media Co.
For more information call 800.270.1237 to speak to a technology consultant or visit www.funeralscreen.com to learn more
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