eFuneral Announces Collaboration with Travel Plan by Inman
Des Moines, Iowa — eFuneral, a Homesteaders Life Company subsidiary, is excited to announce a new collaboration with Travel Plan by Inman. Consumers who plan and fund their funerals through eFuneral can now elect to add Inman’s Travel Plan to their preneed policies.
“Our goal is to provide our funeral home customers and their client families the same options when conducting funeral planning online as they would receive when planning at the funeral home,” affirmed Luke Frieberg, President of eFuneral. “Just as consumers are increasingly comfortable conducting business online, they are also becoming more mobile. Having a travel protection option is important component of a complete advance funeral plan.”
The Travel Plan by Inman offers coverage to families when a loved one dies away from home. A one-time, $450 fee covers the cost of bringing a loved one home for ceremony if they die more than 100 miles from home. Covered expenses could be as high as $15,000. “We are honored to work with eFuneral and their funeral home partners’” states Dave McComb CEO of Inman Shipping Worldwide and Travel Plans by Inman.
eFuneral and Inman customers can take advantage of this valuable offering beginning January 1, 2020.
eFuneral, a Homesteaders Life Company subsidiary, is a breakout digital solutions company that helps funeral homes maximize market share through optimized online sales. The platform offers customized online storefronts, integrating funeral providers’ goods, services and branding and helping them attract, convert and close preneed and at-need funeral sales. Learn more at efuneralpartner.com.
Inman Shipping Worldwide coordinates the transport of the deceased from any part of the world to their final resting place. The company oversees the entire situation, regardless of the distance involved, so that the sensitivities of the survivors are fully protected. For more information of the Travel Plan by Inman contact Lori Davis at (260) 247-2202 or lori.davis@shipinman.