Originally Posted by Dien Rice
Of course, it depends on the precise type of booklet...
If you're thinking specifically of a booklet to give to someone who has lost a loved one, then some possible advertisers/sponsors could be...
- funeral organization services
- eulogy writing services
- memorial service organizers
- musicians (for the funeral service or a memorial service)
- caterers (for the funeral service or a memorial service)
- bereavement counseling
- headstone engraving services / stonemasons
- grave site maintenance services
- legal services (as they may need legal advice, such as in relation to the administration of the estate, in relation to the interpretation of the will, in the case of distribution due to intestacy, or to challenge the will or the intestacy distribution)
- financial planners (e.g. if there is an inheritance to be managed)
- tax consultants (e.g. there may be taxes to be paid in relation to the deceased estate)
- estate administration services (to help administer the deceased estate)
- remembrance products (i.e. products created to help remember the deceased)
Those are some ideas...
All of these are helpful services to the survivor of the deceased, so I think they are all "tasteful" (as long as it's done in the right way)...
Thank you, very helpful.
Like a scrapbook with pictures and other memorabilia is one that comes to mind. That one issue going to the immidediate family could be all original stuff and then it could be converted either to a photo copy book to give to people attending the Memorial. Could also make a downloadable pdf for people out of state?
Video slideshow is another.