BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Ahhh, Boca. We love you. We love you so much. Where else do you receive a mailer two days before Christmas offering a “Premier Location Indoor Crypt For Two” for the low, low price of $15,995?
The mailer from “The Gardens of Boca Raton” features owner Garrett Jacobs and operations manager Marshall Jacobs in what the copy describes as “the premier above ground cemetery and funeral home.” It encourages readers to “revisit and cherish the memories of your loved ones in a beautiful indoor air-conditioned mausoleum or in our tranquil outdoor above ground garden section.”
In true Boca fashion, some of the deals include what appear to be coupons. We don’t know if you need to have the coupon on you at the time of death, but why risk it? Cut them out and put them in your wallet or purse.
Should your family spend the holidays in mourning following a horrific event in which two loved ones die, or should disease bring an end to family members in the few days before the 2016 tax year is over, make sure you keep the uplifting holiday mailer from the Gardens of Boca Raton. How else will you know the details of the “Niche Package” for $2145 and the “Complete Indoor Cemetery Package for Two” for $15,995?
Happy Holidays, Boca.
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