Remembered.com Offering Free Websites for Memorial Day
Tribute website to honor those who have served with free online memorials
SALT LAKE CITY, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Holidays fill the calendar every year, but for Remembered.com the most important holiday is Memorial Day. Memorial Day is about remembering the sacrifices that our brave men and women made in the service of their country. Remembered.com believes everyone should share in this tribute.
Remembered.com president Andrew Jorgensen has just announced that the company is now offering free memorial websites for everyone who has served their country. This offer includes all branches of the military, as well as first responders who have perished in the line of duty. Regularly costing $19.95, these memorials will be free to create and maintain forever.
"Everyone has pictures stored away in a shoebox or photo album someplace that not everyone gets to see," Jorgensen says, "This is a great opportunity to honor a person's lifetime and share their story with friends and family. And unlike a stone monument, you can visit this memorial at anytime, from anyplace in the world."
In just a few minutes you can create a dedicated online website to the veteran in your family and share it with friends and family. With just a short biography and adding some photos, the foundation of the memorial is created. The Remembered.com social networking engine then invites friends, colleagues, and family from around the world to visit the memorial via email or Facebook. Those invited add their own photos, comments, and stories to complete an online legacy to the veteran.
To learn more about this offer, go to http://remembered.com/memorial-day.
Remembered.com has been a leader in the field of death care since 2010. Remembered.com provides memorial websites, online funeral notices, and other bereavement-related services for consumers all over the world.
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