Amber Cole Joins C. J. Boots Casket Company
New Regional Account Manager Will Call on Funeral Homes in Indiana and Ohio
C. J. Boots Casket Company, one of the country’s leading manufacturers of solid hardwood, veneer and cremation caskets, is pleased to announce the addition of Amber Cole as Regional Account Manager, calling on funeral homes in Indiana and parts of Ohio. Cole has more than a decade of wide-ranging experience in sales and customer service.
“With Amber’s proficiency and applied experience in sales and customer service, C. J. Boots customers can turn to Amber with confidence,” stated Chris Boots, President of C J Boots Casket Company. “She will provide expert guidance along with fresh ideas to help our customers build their businesses; C. J. Boots is indeed fortunate to have Amber on our team.”
Cole will represent the full line of solid hardwood, veneer and cremation caskets manufactured by C.J . Boots Casket Company. The C. J. Boots product line includes caskets crafted from the following wood species: Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry, Maple, Oak, Hickory, Poplar, Cedar, Pine and traditional metal caskets.
“It’s exciting to be part of a company with such a rich history and long standing presence as a leader in funeral service,” commented Cole. “I look forward to working with funeral homes to continue supporting them in making their operations even more successful as they serve the needs of their families.”
About C. J. Boots Casket Company: By combining the skills of traditional artisans and the use of state-of-the-art woodworking machinery, C.J. Boots Casket Company manufactures only the highest quality solid hardwood, veneer and cremation caskets. In an effort to bridge the gap between “old world craftsmanship” and ”lean manufacturing”, the company continues to develop new and innovative manufacturing processes. For more information, please visit the website at www.cjboots.com
Photo caption: Amber Cole is the new Regional Account Manager for C. J. Boots Casket Company, covering Indiana and parts of Ohio.
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