SARASOTA, Fla. – Bogati Urn Company officially debuted in May its new office and celebrated its 15th Anniversary at a packed open house event.

“It was a great evening of welcoming and celebration with family, friends, and business partners. We’re grateful for so much support,” said Andrea Bogard LeBlanc, Bogati’s owner.

Bogati’s office is normally closed to the public, but the event allowed the company to showcase several of its available products, including items from Howard Miller, Lifecycle Urns, and Crowne Vault, whose company rep, Sarah Tepe, flew in from Indiana to attend the party.

Also in attendance were several Sarasota funeral industry partners, including local funeral home owners and employees, a pet crematory company, and Ron Stoll, CEO of Coassen, Inc.

“Synergies that work are rare, but we are genuinely impressed and pleased with our relationship with Andrea and her team,”  said Stoll. “Having the opportunity to attend the open house and to greet other Bogati customers and suppliers was very flattering. It is an impressive professional circle, and we are proud to be part of it.”

Founded in 2004 by 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; Florida Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Association; Cremation Association of North America; and Pet Loss Professionals Alliance.

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