Museum-Quality Cremation Urns Leader “Urns In Style” Marks Earth Day with Donation Campaign
During the Urns In Style Earth Day donation campaign, until April 30, 2015 the company will donate funds to the Earth Day Network® for each qualifying purchase of any of its artisan-crafted, one-of-a-kind cremation urns.
To commemorate the 45th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2015, Urns In Style, a leading provider of museum-quality cremation urns for people and pets, has launched a donation campaign that will run until April 30, 2015.
During the campaign, Urns in Style will donate $45 from each order totalling $249 or more for the purchase of any of its artisan-crafted cremation urn to the Earth Day Network®: a registered non-profit 501(c) 3 organization that works with over 50,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify and mobilize the environmental movement.
“Finding a truly special and unique way to celebrate the life and legacy of a beloved family member, friend or pet can be a very difficult and emotional challenge,” commented Urns In Style’s Founder Michi Kustra. “ To many people, a cremation urn is more than a container; It’s a vessel for their loved one’s precious life. That is why so many people have been overjoyed when they discover our one-of-a-kind, premium cremation urns. They are relieved — sometimes to the point of tears — because they do not have to settle for a non-descriptive, mass-produced, low quality urn, or even worse, have to store ashes in a cardboard box. With our help, they can truly express their love and care, but without having to compromise their refined standards for aesthetics and quality.”
Kustra further noted the Earth Day campaign is the latest initiative in her company’s longstanding focus on being ecologically responsible.
“Since the beginning, the Urns In Style team has always embraced our obligation and opportunity to honor our planet for what it gives to all of us born here,” commented Kustra. “This is why we use only recycled and recyclable materials in shipping our cremation urns, and it’s also why we select only artists whose urn designs are inspired by the bounty and beauty of nature. And now with our special Earth Day donation campaign, our customers can be further enriched by the knowledge that their order will help make our planet a better place for everyone, including generations to come.”
More information on Urns In Style’s Earth Day donation campaign is available at http://www.urnsinstyle.com/earth-day-2015-event.aspx. For all other information including media inquiries, contact Michi Kustra at (888) 506-2685 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Urns in Style
Urns In Style is a purveyor of premium cremation urns, and is committed to providing superior choices in aesthetic design and style. The company understands how important it is to find the right cremation urn that can uniquely celebrate and honor a loved one’s life. To that end, its cremation urns are truly one-of-a-kind, and made exclusively by handpicked artists. In addition, Urns In Style offers a wholesale program for funeral directors, funeral product and service distributors, and other funeral industry professionals.
Learn more at www.UrnsInStyle.com
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