The shape of things to come?

Charles Cowling

 

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[…] A couple of weeks ago we featured a TV advertisement for Basic funerals of Canada. You find it here if you’d like a […]

David Holmes
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This is the future in Britain. Not everyone wants a traditional funeral director, not everyone can afford one. The industry is not serving all people well enough, they have created an opportunity for someone willing to provide an alternative.

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[…] it? Yesterday we presented the advertisement that Basic Funerals in Canada created. You can see it here.  We thought it was worth repeating because it highlights the whole question of how advertising […]

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andrew plume

Charles ah yes, a very zippy little piece indeed and here’s the front page for their site – http://basicfunerals.ca/ – it’s good to see how many folks (or models) look so happy with their proposed lot and why are they all dressed in white, I ask? – too much square deal Surf in the wash, perhaps? I’m not sure whether one of the local Toronto powerhouses in Turner & Porter will be quaking in their boots over this lot – before they changed their website, they were doing 50 a week, that’s a lot of cadavars pa (see them here… Read more »