Bolingbrook, Illinois, U.S.A. – Funeral homes praise FuneralScreen following another successful year of sales, innovation and new product releases. As the company continues to expand, FuneralScreen is pleased to see growing interest as funeral home owners and the industry modernize with new digital platforms.
This year FuneralScreen and Messenger Stationery will be presenting an even more diverse line of products. Customized furniture grade freestanding monitors and new digital signage products, including pedestal displays and the latest Touch Screen Kiosk, are giving an edge to Funeral Homes. Customers are pleased with new digital signage in their funeral homes as digital signage become a new standard for the funeral and cemetery industry.
In a recent case study, FuneralSceen received glowing reviews across the nation from funeral home owners, like Harry VanVleit of Gilpatric-VanVliet Funeral Home. Harry says, “I’ve learned that during calling hours – especially with older people or the parents of younger children that when they walk in and they see their loved-one on the screen like that they cry right away. It’s impactful as opposed to seeing faded white letters on a board that are crooked.” Harry continues, “It’s not just for the big firms… It just sets me apart from the competition – and it’s progressive!” And, Messenger Stationery’s customers agree, “We are very thankful for FuneralScreen and our digital display cabinet. We have received numerous compliments from families and friends. It is definitely a great addition to our services and facilities.” Said Joel Glenn of Clary Glenn Funeral Home.
FuneralScreen and its products may be seen at www.funeralscreen.com. FuneralScreen is quickly becoming a standard within modern funeral homes. In the past five years FuneralScreen, winner of the NFDA Innovation award, has been acknowledged by the industry and funeral homes nationwide. FuneralScreen is owned and operated by Jeff & Sue McCauley, Greene Valley Media Co., in Romeoville, Illinois.
Messenger LLC, headquartered in Auburn, Indiana, was founded in 1913 by Frank Messenger and has grown to be the most innovative manufacturer of funeral stationery products in North America. Among a long list of their innovations include an extensive line of funeral stationery products featuring the art of Thomas Kinkade, known as the “Painter of Light.” Visit them at www.messengerstationery.com.
To find out more about FuneralScreen and Messenger, please contact either company using the information below.