Plastic Burial Vault Helps Lighten Burial Burden

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Ever since Goria Corporation debuted the Eonian™ burial vault in 2004, well we have they have been burring the competition. Manufacturing of the Eonian™ and Endurance™ burial vault to begin production in California, Texas and Illinois next quarter.

Meaning the integrity of the cemetery will never be compromised with, tire tracks on the lawn, graves being crushed or headstones broken with the awkward equipment.

Ever since Goria Corporation debuted the Eonian™ burial vault in 2004, well they have been burring the competition.

At the beginning of the 4th quarter in 2007, Goria Corporation will be manufacturing the Eonian™ & Endurance™ burial vaults in Illinois, Texas and California. According to Goria Corporation President and CEO Pierre Goria, "Goria Corporation is thrilled to be expanding its operations only after 3 years. We have teamed up with one of the largest rotational molding companies, Rotonics Manufacturing Inc., in the US. In a recent interview with Sherman McKinniss, vice chairperson of the board of Rotonics Manufacturing Inc., McKinniss says, "I joined on when I saw how the vault could be easily moved without all of the heavy traditional equipment used to move a vault." Meaning the integrity of the cemetery will never be compromised with, tire tracks on the lawn, graves being crushed or headstones broken with the awkward equipment." Pierre Goria also points out the increased profits to the funeral director and the savings to family members with the substantially increased protection. Mr. Goria concluded by saying, "The Eonian™ burial vault is not only a quality product, but a product that saves consumers money with unparalleled protection." To learn more about the Next Generation Burial Vault visit http://www.goriacorp.com or call 888-464-6742.

Goria Corporation uses the latest technology in polymer products and rotational molding in constructing the Eonian™ burial vault. These polymers provide great strength without the substantial weight associated with concrete. Thus, funeral directors and others can service the vault themselves, which reduces the risks and costs associated with heavier burial vaults.

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