SARASOTA, FL – With the morning bell traditionally marking the start of the business day in the corporate world, Chase for Business sought to celebrate the same tradition for small businesses through its nationwide Morning Bell for Small Business video campaign. A video featuring leading urn distributor, Bogati Urn Company, recently made its debut on the campaign website:

As “the biggest business in America is small business,” the backbone of our economy, the #RingTheMorningBell campaign seeks to celebrate and recognize small businesses through an opportunity typically available only to big business: ringing the morning bell. But not the usual bell; their own bell, whatever each business deems most representative for itself. For Bogati Urn Company, that is its engraving machine, which is used to personalize its ever-growing line of urns, flag cases, and cremation jewelry.

“We started out with simply our product line, but the personalization of these pieces has really been a game-changer for the business. Its hum is really representative of our growth, and that’s why it’s our ‘bell’,” Andrea Bogard LeBlanc, owner of Bogati Urn Company, said.

A film crew was sent to shoot the video in the company’s 6,500 square-foot warehouse in late July. The final video snapshot made its debut in mid-October.

“What an amazing honor it is to have been chosen for the Chase for Business Morning Bell for Small Business Campaign,” said Bogard LeBlanc. “I’ve worked really hard to build this business and am thrilled to have a national organization take notice.”

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Founded in 2004 by former registered nurse, Andrea Bogard LeBlanc, Bogati Urn Company offers funeral homes and crematories unparalleled service and wholesale pricing on an equally unparalleled variety of urns, scattering tubes and related products. Its original lead crystal line has expanded to feature a diverse and hand-selected product line from trusted manufacturers and skilled artisans worldwide. Its inventory now includes hundreds of memorial urns for adults, children and pets in varying materials, including glass, marble, wood, porcelain, brass and metal. Custom options are also available.

Bogati Urns is headquartered in Sarasota, Fla. and is a proud member of several industry organizations, including the Association of Independent Funeral Directors of Florida; International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association; Pet Loss Professionals Alliance; and International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories.

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