June 5, 2014
So…have you seen the ad?!
In late May, the Burialplanning.com national TV ad campaign featuring spokesperson Morgan Fairchild launched across the United States.
And the response from viewers has been overwhelming! Although some families consider end of life matters a difficult subject to approach, the ads are taking away that stigma. The TV commercial is helping people put into perspective the importance of burial planning. It also brings to light the many benefits of planning ahead including sparing loved ones additional emotional and financial burden, ensuring burial preferences are guaranteed, and locking in today’s prices.
As we have noted in previous blog posts, death is a lifecycle event that requires proper planning and thoughtful contemplation. Moreover, burial planning can be thought of as a part of financial planning when considering that pre-need purchases are less costly. Those savings, coupled with the fact that life insurance policies should be used to sustain life rather than fund burials, can keep much needed money in the family. Most of all, preplanning brings a sense of relief knowing final decisions have been made without leaving preventable burdens to loved ones.
If you have not had the opportunity to see the ad, take a moment to check it out below. You will see just how easy it is to begin the process as shared by Morgan Fairchild and through the testimonials of others who have completed the burial planning process.
And while you are here, take a look at our cemetery locator. This powerful tool will help you choose burial spaces throughout the United States as you browse through our National Network of Cemeteries.
Why not, as Morgan Fairchild encourages, take the “first step toward a peace of mind,” by requesting a free pre-planning kit? It takes only a few minutes of your time and will provide a tremendous sense of relief and peace of mind knowing all your burial arrangements have been made. And when the time comes, your loved ones will be more easily able to celebrate your life.
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