State Funeral Trade Shows Highlight Eternal Image Urns.
Multiple Distributors Currently Displaying Eternal Image Branded Products
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Today more than five hundred people from the funeral industry were given the opportunity to view Eternal Image specialty urns at the Illinois Funeral Directors Association's 2007 Convention Trade Show. The show is being held in Springfield, Illinois through Thursday, June 28, 2007.
Wilbert Knauers Vault Company, Eternal Images' distributor in Illinois will be showing various urns from EI's branded collection. A representative from the Illinois Funeral Directors Association expects 1,200 funeral professional in attendance at the trade show.
Eternal Image products have also been shown at several other state funeral shows. Monarch Resources displayed licensed urns at the funeral trade show held in Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi is a coastal city and the county seat of Nueces CountyGR6 in the U.S. state of Texas. It is part of the region known as South Texas. at the beginning of the month.
"We had all intentions of showing more of the Eternal Image collection but sold out before the show took place," said Matthew Burson, Purchasing Manager for Monarch Resources. "The people in attendance who saw the specialty urn were impressed with the quality of the product."
Specialty Urns and Caskets recently displayed several Eternal Image urns at the state funeral trade show in Indiana. Owner, Brian Pyle said the feedback from funeral directors was positive and encouraging.
"They liked the detail and design on the urns," said Pyle. "Eternal Image is offering something more than the typical engraved en·grave
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2. urn or casket to the funeral industry. I think funeral directors are embracing this move."
About Eternal Image
Eternal Image, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Farmington Hills, MI. The company is the first and only manufacturer and marketer of licensed brand image funerary fu·ner·ar·y
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