SIMPLICITY: Low Country Cremation and Burial Services Opens Second Location

Business Joins Original Location in North Charleston to Better Serve Lowcountry Families

July 20, 2017
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Summerville, SCSIMPLICITY: Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services Inc., the area’s premier value-oriented alternative to the high cost of traditional funeral homes, has announced the opening of a second location in the Summerville area.  This new operation joins the original location on Peppermill Parkway in North Charleston in serving the families of the Lowcountry.

“When I started SIMPLICITY five years ago, my intent was to provide the people of Charleston with the highest level of care and service at the lowest possible price,” commented Jim Dobbins, General Manager of SIMPLICITY.  “My staff and I view our role as advocates for the family; whether the family chooses a simple, direct cremation or a full, traditional burial.”

SIMPLICITY opened its doors in March 2012 with the goal of offering a range of cost-effective funeral services.  Since its inception, SIMPLICITY has provided families with a price guarantee for funeral costs. This guarantee helps solidify their promise to respect and care for each family while offering value-priced funeral and memorialization solutions.

“We have situated our new location near the center of three of the fastest growing counties in South Carolina,” commented Dobbins.  “Since opening our first location, we noticed that in addition to the large number of families we were already serving from Charleston County, there was a growing demand from families in Berkeley and Dorchester Counties as well.  This new facility is convenient to families in all three.”

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Like the original location, the new operation at 281 Treeland Drive in Ladson will offer traditional burials as well as cremations.  The facility will feature family-friendly arrangement suites as well as a comfortable and inviting café.  Dobbins and his staff are planning an open house for August 17 with refreshments and tours of the facility.

About SIMPLICITY: Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services Inc.:   SIMPLICITY began with the belief that families in the Lowcountry and throughout the state should not have to pay high prices for funerals and cremations to receive exceptional service.  By reducing the typical overhead offered at traditional funeral homes and offering prepackaged options with upfront pricing, SIMPLICITY provides the exact same services at a fraction of the cost.  For more information, visit the SIMPLICITY: Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services website at www.lowcountryfuneral.com.

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