Wilbert Introduces The Forever ProgramSM to Create Memorable Service Experiences for Families
Wilbert Funeral Services introduces The Forever ProgramSM, a themed commemoration package that ties together burial or urn vault carapace images with keepsakes to create a meaningful experience and remembrance for families.
Available on many types of Wilbert burial vaults or urn vaults, The Forever Program is offered in two themes: Forever in Our Hearts and Forever in God’s Care. Each theme offers a choice of images for the carapace which may be personalized with the loved one’s photo and name. Forever Keepsakes are thematically tied to the carapace and are given to family and friends as a remembrance of the service and their loved one.
“Love and faith are probably the top two concepts that families embrace and recall as they commemorate their loved ones,” said Mark Klingenberger, VP Sales & Marketing, Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. “The Forever Program allows Funeral Professionals to offer a beautiful service experience built around these two powerful themes while at the same time encouraging families to incorporate the all-important graveside committal service.”
Flexibility is a key component of Wilbert’s Forever Program, for both families and Funeral Professionals, as it can be offered on a wide selection of burial vaults and urn vaults; the carapace image can be personalized with a photo and name; and the attractive heart or cross keepsakes include a hole for easy insertion on a key-ring or necklace chain.
Your Wilbert Licensee will work with you to customize your Forever Program with various vaults as well as provide brochures and wall graphics. For more information, visit www.wilbert.com or attend a webinar at www.wilbert.hmsbox.com/forever-webinar.
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