The website connectingdirectors.com is continuing to chase Batesville Casket Co. It is my opinion that this company is not good for the funeral consumer or the funeral home. But neither is connectingdirectors.com a website that continues to put out incomplete information to funeral directors.
The Latest Batesville Chase is here:
The economic state of our country is forcing many companies to diversify themselves into new products as well as new industries, and funeral industry companies have not been excluded from this diversification.
Lets look at Batesville Casket company. In the last 12 months they have purchase a burial vault company, a funeral home website company, and a non-funeral industry company.
Batesville’s primary product and their name to fame has been their high quality caskets, but it seems now that burial vaults have been added to their product line their story on casket protection is changing.
Casket Protection is a myth, no matter how well sealed in steel or wood, the casket and the deceased will decay. It does not Matter what Vault the casket is placed in, the elements will get in to decay. Batesville knows it, Funeral Directors know it(psst most of the public too)- but evidently the webmaster at connectingdirectors.com does not.The burial vault salesman webmaster needs some more education about the funeral industry and the process of decay.
Casket Price protection is also a myth-online and third party caskets have changed all that-high quality caskets can be obtained on line for less!
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