Legacy Touch Announces the Launch of Their New Website
"We understand that the majority of people today hop online through their smartphones and tablets."
KANSAS CITY, MO – Legacy Touch, the premiere fingerprint jewelry and keepsake provider, announces the launch of its improved consumer e-commerce website on May 4th.
The new site was designed to create a seamless user experience for mobile devices and will be a key component of the company’s upcoming email initiative to generate further outreach to families.
Mark Cordes, VP of Marketing, says, “We understand that the majority of people today hop online through their smartphones and tablets. We want to be where our partners’ families need us, when they need us, and we want to make it easy for families to find the products that provide them the warmth, connection, and touch of peace they need.”
The updated site also features new lifestyle and product photography, improved navigation and a simplified ordering process. Funeral home partners will find the overall structure of the site familiar, and Mark added, “These enhancements will deliver even more opportunities to comfort families and strengthen our partners’ businesses.”
Legacy Touch creates superior custom fingerprint jewelry and keepsakes, bringing comfort to families and residual revenue to partnering funeral homes. Many of these keepsakes can be shipped within 24 hours, in time for funeral services, creating a memorable and touching moment for families as they pay tribute to their Loved One. Legacy Touch’s shareable Decedent PIN allows families to place orders anytime via LTkeepsakes.com , while delivering a proven residual revenue stream for Funeral Homes.
Legacy Touch offices, studio, and production facilities are located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City. With over 50 associates and 17,000 square feet of space, all product personalization is performed in-house under careful control. All Legacy Touch premium keepsakes are individually engraved by skilled artisans to achieve precise replication of prints, each as unique as the life it represents.
Legacy Touch is a trusted industry partner to over 2,500 Funeral Homes, and a proud member of the Selected Independents Preferred Partner Program. For additional info and inquires on becoming a Legacy Touch partner, please contact Legacy Touch or your Messenger rep.
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