A new video about Memory Glass went live on Facebook just four days ago and hit 10 Million Views earlier today!! It has since surpassed 11 Million Views with over 260,000 Shares, and shows no signs of slowing down. We’re ecstatic!!
Our video, which condenses the Memory Glass Memorial creation process into just 20 seconds, shows our talented glass artists fuse cremated remains into a hand blown, crystal glass cremation memorial keepsake.
In addition to the video being a hit, the Memory Glass Facebook Page has grown to have over 20,000 Followers! A BIG THANKS to all who have helped to make our video successful!
In case you missed it, our video is now live on YouTube HERE.
When a customer tells us that their Memory Glass memorial has helped them find closure, it reminds us of one of the reasons that we started this business – to help grieving people through memorialization.
Memory Glass Memorial Orb
You might wonder, how exactly does a memorial product help someone find closure? We hear from people all the time who have been holding onto their loved one’s ashes for years. Many know that their loved one wished to be scattered or buried, but they can’t bring themselves to part with the ashes.
The Importance of Being URNest is a new blog that focuses on just this subject. Their recent post, Ashes to Glasses, refers to Memory Glass as a “Gorgeous solution” to memorialization. Creating a Memory Glass memorial only requires a tiny amount of cremated ashes, which allows families to make memorials for each family member to keep while still being able to scatter or bury the rest.
We hope to see the new blog’s future posts take us down the road to its author’s own closure, however they may find it.
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Due to some various issues with our Facebook Page, we wound up having two Pages. We’ve just merged the two to avoid confusion, but in the process, our Page lost a ton of Fan comments and discussions that were posted to our Timeline.
Come visit our new Facebook Page, Like us if you haven’t already, and tell us what you think. www.facebook.com/MemoryGlassLLC
On May 19th, Poul Lemasters of Lemasters Consulting convinced Loren Dion from the Memory Glass team to jump out of a perfectly good airplane from 18,000 ft. Considering that he is afraid of heights, this was terrifying! A big thanks to Poul for making him do it! For more pictures, visit Poul’s blog here.
Welcome to the Memory Glass Blog! We’re just getting started with this, and look forward to adding useful information for all our customers. Check back soon for updates!
The Memory Glass Team