One-Stop Funeral Memorial SUPERSTORE. Will this work?
When a loved one’s passes away, it can often take people by surprise. Not everyone is prepared to deal with what lies ahead with the cost and details of funeral planning. The experts at The Funeral Program Site have been thought of as the “go to” resource for funeral and memorial service planning needs. A new memorial SUPERSTORE showroom has just opened in the San Francisco Bay Area where families can go to order printed materials such as funeral programs, prayer cards, or bookmarks. There is also a nice selection of memorial gifts for keepsake items.
Families may not always know that there are other options when it comes to the selection of printed materials and memorial keepsakes. The showroom is located in Orinda, California and staffed with graphic designers who can assist families in customizing and personalizing a product. These designers are also trained to service the bereaved community and will guide families through the process in the type of information they may want to include.
The Funeral Program Site list of products grows weekly as the need arises from families all across the globe. The company is run by real people who have genuine compassion for the bereaved and are highly trained in this area of expertise.
“Before anyone is employed with our company, they go through an extension training process that enables them to be equipped to service families who come into our showroom office,” reports Carole Galassi CEO and Creative Director. “Although you can purchase funeral programs online, there is something about physically being with a family that brings comfort.”
Services such as assistance with funeral songs or music, memorial photo editing or restoration services, funeral program customization, help in writing condolence messages and providing helpful resources such as funeral organizations and professional printing, are just among the many services this company provides.
The Funeral Program Site SUPERSTORE has affordable options for a family in need and notes to have the largest selection of memorial product lines. According to CEO Carole Galassi, “Trust is something that is earned and because of our commitment to excellence, we have proudly been the number one choice for memorial products with bereaved families. Our global online presence has been steadily growing along with the popularity within our local community.” Families within the San Francisco Bay Area must agree as many visitors are stopping by and visiting the showroom office to gain assistance.
A local family business owner from Oakland, CA shares, “Once I knew this company was nearby, I met with these wonderful people for help with my funeral bulletin. I was so happy to find a local business that provides quality funeral programs and services when my mother passed away. They were such a tremendous help to me during a highly emotional time, I know I could not have produced a more lovely keepsake on my own.”
The mark of a good and trustworthy company is one that customers return to and tell friends about. Funeral planning does not provide a large window of time, people need to be aware that they do have options other than purchasing everything at the funeral home. Memorial products in the form of programs or prayer cards along with keepsakes such as memorial fans, guest books and gifts are also available at The Funeral Program Site with reasonable pricing.
“The personalized service provided to the family assures them we are here to walk along side of them through the process,” said Dave, a customer service team member from The Funeral Program Site. “Families have so much to tend to during the funeral planning and it comforts them to have some one-on-one assistance.”
With the rising cost of funerals today, a company like this can be an invaluable resource for a family. The local office and showroom is open Monday-Friday for any local visits or order pickup at 23 Orinda Way, Suite 307. Families may also order anytime from The Funeral Program Site SUPERSTORE online which offers an immediate download for the memorial and funeral template designs.
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