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It seems the motivations of today's adult consumers are different than those of earlier generations. So much so, Hazel Barkworth, author of the 2014 Forbes online article "Six Trends that Will Shape Consumer Behavior this Year" writes "The cultural shifts we are witnessing show a move towards the wholehearted and intense. People want all aspects of their lives to be rich and full." And from our perspective, we've got to agree with her.
But we also see other factors shaping and defining the motivations of the individuals and families we've served recently, illustrating them in the first of three articles listed below. If you'd like to get to know all about you, we encourage reading it. We are confident learning more about you–today's consumer–will prove to be eye-opening. The remaining articles are intended to give you the detailed information you need when making the cremation decision. Remember, if you have questions or concerns about anything you read here, we encourage you to call us at 406-543-5595, or send us an email using the form on our Contact Us page.
Are You a Price Shopper
It's been reported that up to 80% of today's consumers consider themselves to be cost conscious. If you are a price shopper looking for value and affordability, we ask you read this discussion of recent consumer trends as they relate to our funeral firm.
What You Should Know About Cremation Costs
It is well-known that cremation costs can be significantly lower than the cost of traditional casketed burial. If you're curious about how we keep our cremation prices affordable despite our rigorous attention-to-detail, exceptional service, and focus on value, we ask you read this page.
Questions to Ask
Today's families are smart, savvy shoppers and commonly come into our office with insightful and valuable questions to ask when making their cremation arrangements. Naturally, each question is answered honestly. We've compiled their most commonly-asked questions here, and invite you to review our responses.
After the passing of a family member, there can be no greater frustration than having to spend hours locating the necessary documents related to their final care. We invite you to learn about the important documents required when making cremation and funeral arrangements.