This year’s NFDA Convention was, once again, the place to be for funeral industry professionals. With 383 companies exhibiting, it can be tricky to not get lost in the sea of booths. The Convention’s “Best Booth” competition, however, lets attendees vote for the top three stand-outs in the crowd that are a must for other attendees to visit.
This year, the “Best Booth” award for the Under 300 square feet-sized booth category was awarded to Memory Glass, a cremation memorial company. As an NFDA exhibitor for the past 12 years, Memory Glass is honored to have been recognized by industry professionals.
“Our goal in designing the booth was to show the beauty and consistency of quality of our products to funeral professionals,” said Nick Savage, Owner of Memory Glass. “Using close-up product photography as our main booth visuals portrays our transparent philosophy – what you see is what you get. We want to give a clear picture of how we can best serve our vendors while providing the highest quality products.”
The Convention’s “Best Booth” competition is based on creativity, imagination and originality; use of product, images and visuals in booth design; booth staff’s enthusiasm, friendliness and interaction with attendees; promotional giveaways; and overall appearance and experience. Fellow “Best Booth” competition winners were Messenger in the Over 400 square feet-sized booth category, and Legacy.com in the New Exhibitor category.
If you missed the Memory Glass booth or weren’t able to attend the convention, visit http://vendors.memoryglass.com to learn more. Established in 2002, Memory Glass creates customizable solid glass keepsake memorials that preserve cremated remains, soil from a burial site or sand, which are suspended within the glass. Memory Glass products are available in over 1,500 funeral homes and pet crematoriums in all 50 states, Canada, Australia, and the U.K.