Whether you need to print flyers, programs, prayer cards, bookmarks, or a number of other funerary items, you can download ‘funeralprinter’ templates and print them from your computer. The templates are made to work with Microsoft Publisher and are available in a mind-boggling array of styles.
The ‘funeralprinter’ site’s target market is primarily churches and funeral homes. There’s no reason that others couldn’t use it, though at about $900, it’s probably not a product most individuals would choose.
Those who are not in the business might find the marketing aspect interesting. The pitch includes a per item profit estimate and annual projected income using the templates. Death, apparently, can be profitable.
There are also free poetry downloads and helpful ‘how to’ videos on the site and a link to similar services for weddings.
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