ON THE HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN... OR TO...
"Bikers Can Now Take Their Rides Into The Hereafter"
Las Vegas, Nevada - The recent convention of funeral directors in Las Vegas saw the introduction of the Mobile Cremation Urn, possibly the most striking innovation in the mortuary trade since Hubert Eaton founded Glendale, California's Forest Lawn Memorial Park in 1917.
The Mobile Cremation Urns - sold as "Final Ride Urns" - are the brain-child of Steve Radz who says the idea came to him as an epiphany in a dream. A motorcyclist himself and an aspiring funeral director, Radz developed his invention into a completely unique and patented product his company manufactures with an intensity and focus upon quality that is almost bewildering. Zinced, nickled, chromed and powder coated in various colors, Final Ride Urns are made to last several lifetimes, braving the elements of the truly open road, and keeping the memory of the "loved one biker" alive and cruising.
"Some people, who live life full blast", say Radz "wouldn't be content to spend forever on a shelf or buried in a cemetery. With Final Ride Urns, although deceased, the person continues to be seen and have his or her name said again and again. We keep their memory alive and in the wind."
Originally developed for motorcycles, Final Ride Urns can be adapted to any form of locomotion.. "My urns can be mounted to any vehicle," says Steve Radz. "The golfer can ride the greens on a golf cart. The pilot can forever fly. Policemen and women, paramedics and firefighters can continue to answer their calls. And bikers can ride forever."
To learn more please log onto: www.OneFinalRide.com or http://ChopperIndustry.com
Inventor: Steve Radz
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