Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions Launches Cherished Memories Stationery Collection

The collection also offers a number of new lines exclusively available to Matthews Aurora customers.

March 21, 2017
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PITTSBURGH, PA — Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions recently launched a new Cherished Memories stationery product line for funeral homes and the families they serve, featuring more than 175 products and bringing together best-sellers from the legacy Aurora and Matthews’ product lines. The collection also offers a number of new lines exclusively available to Matthews Aurora customers. Included are the best-selling Honoring Our Heroes military & public service uniform register books and stationery, traditional leather register books and stationery that celebrates interests ranging from sports to nature. New products include the Lena Liu Designs Artist Series, and the Elegant Collection featuring tasteful fabric register books with matching stationery sets.

Memorial stationery products can be a personalized addition to every funeral and memorial event, and are appropriate whether families choose burial or cremation. Stationery is often the first thing that funeral guests receive, and one of the last remaining artifacts of a funeral or memorial event.

Stationery can be included as a component of a Matthews Aurora customer’s I’ll Remember You® cremation packages, and a number of tools are available to support funeral homes selling stationery, including a new product catalog, price list, ROI calculation tool, and merchandising solutions. Funeral Homes interested in learning more should contact their local Matthews Aurora Funeral Service Consultant, or call 1-800-548-9341 on the East Coast or 1-800-426-6555 on the West Coast.

About Matthews International Corporation

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Matthews International Corporation is a global provider of brand solutions, memorialization products and industrial automation solutions. The SGK Brand Solutions segment is a leader in the delivery of brand development, activation and deployment services that help build our clients’ brands and consumers’ desire for them. The Memorialization segment is a leading provider of memorialization products, including memorials, caskets and cremation equipment, primarily to cemetery and funeral home customers that help families move from grieving to remembrance. The Industrial segment designs, manufactures and distributes marking, coding and industrial automation technologies and solutions. We have more than 10,000 employees in more than 25 countries on six continents that are committed to delivering the highest quality products and services.

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