Mother’s Day Marketing

May 12, 2016 at 11:10 pm | Posted in Grief, Jake, life after loss, Sawyer | 6 Comments
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As I have done every year since Jake died, I went to the cemetery on Mother’s Day .  It is a very busy day at the cemetery, possibly the busiest day all year.  I understand that the marketing people want to make the most of the day.  There is always a little table set up.  Last year they gave out gift bags.  The year before there was a Mother’s Day cookout (along with free t-shirts).  This year they opted to give out a survey and a rose.

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I do not have any better ideas for their marketing team but I do appreciate their effort.  Death is a part of life that is difficult to talk about.  I appreciate their efforts to help grieving family and friends.   I think I will write on the survey that a flower and a survey are better than a cookout at the cemetery but I do wonder what they will come up with for next year.

 

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  1. Wow. I had no idea that cemeteries did things like this. While I guess it makes sense from a business standpoint, it seems like it would make it harder from a personal standpoint. Love to you all.

  2. A cookout and t-shirt?? Seems all they forgot that year is a bouncy house. So odd.

  3. A rose and a sweet card might be more in line…very weird. Thinking of you sweet mama, on mother’s day and all days.

  4. What? A cookout? What were they thinking??? Very strange choice for reaching out. Love from here.

  5. Best advice to the marketing team is to get a new marketing team. The rose sounds nice. Thinking of you.

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