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Rotomolding Company to Exhibit at 2013 ICCFA Conference

Rotomolding Company to Exhibit at 2013 ICCFA Conference

Rotational molding company, Granger Plastics, is set to exhibit at the ICCFA conference in Tampa, FL April 10-13, 2013. Granger originally debuted ForeverSafe Products, a line of cemetery vases and cremation urns, in September 2012 at the Catholic Cemetery Conference in Washington, DC to a very receptive response by many in the industry. This will be the product lines first showing at the ICCFA...

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ForeverSafe Burial Urns and Cemetery Vases Launched at Catholic Cemetery Conference

ForeverSafe Burial Urns and Cemetery Vases Launched at Catholic Cemetery Conference

ForeverSafe(TM) Products Burial Urns and Cemetery Vases participated in its debut exhibit at the Catholic Cemetery Conference in Washington D.C. September 24-28. A large portion of the product line of burial urns and cemetery vases was on display. They were one of many manufacturers on display for representatives of cemeteries from across the nation. ForeverSafe(TM) Products is a line of high...

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Theft Deterrent Cemetery Vases and Burial Urns Launched by Rotomolding Leader

There has been a growing problem in the cemeteries across America. Thefts of cemetery flower vases produced from precious metals that are used to memorialize loved ones at a gravesite, have been reported in the thousands all over the nation. Cemetery vases are cashed in as scrap metal, usually with little or no consequences to the thieves. Families and cemeteries are both left to deal with the...

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Cremation Urn, Burial Vault offers secure, economic alternative.

Offering alternative to granite, premium rotomolded polyethylene combination cremation urn and burial vault features -¼ in. thick walls as well as molded-in threaded inserts with stainless steel security screws. Waterproof product, which may be buried without additional urn vault and can help deter theft, comes in various colors and effects, including custom granites, metallics, and pearlescents.

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