BOSTON, Mar 06, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) –Tributes.com, the online resource for local and national obituary news, has launched the Tributes.com Sympathy Gift Shop powered by Hawthorne & Wren, a leader in specialty gift giving. Hawthorne & Wren is the premier online destination helping people find meaningful ways to express support to friends in need.
Through their partnership with Tributes, they will now provide their monthly audience of 2.5M unique consumers with hundreds of proprietary, hand-crafted products that truly communicate healing, consolation and comfort to those grieving the loss of loved ones.
“The Tributes.com partnership provides an outstanding opportunity for Hawthorne & Wren to reach a significant percentage of our target audience and to showcase our unique ability to deliver gifts that hold true meaning for both the recipient and the giver,” said Craig Taylor, Managing Director, Hawthorne & Wren.
“We were hooked on the Hawthorne & Wren brand from the moment we were first exposed to it. The quality of their products, the uniqueness of their mission and the synergies with our business made establishing a strategic partnership with them to radically improve the sympathy gift offerings on our site a very easy decision,” said Elaine Haney, CEO and President, Tributes.com.
To view the Tributes.com Sympathy Gift Shop and to obtain additional information, please visit bit.ly/sympathy-gifts .
Tributes.com is the online resource for current local and national obituary news, lasting personal tributes and online community providing support during times of loss and grieving. Tributes makes obituary and online memorial service information easily accessible so people can come together online and offline to remember and share the treasured stories of those who have passed away. for more information about Tributes.com, please visit their website at tributes.com or contact us at .
About Hawthorne & Wren
Hawthorne & Wren.com specializes in providing unique and meaningful gifts that symbolize expressions of support, healing, and comfort, and hold meaning for both the recipient and the giver.
SOURCE: Hawthorne & Wren
Hawthorne & Wren Craig Taylor, 801-272-8003 hawthorneandwren.com
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