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It’s hard to forget all of those times when you and your grandpa went hunting, and most adult outdoor enthusiasts have plenty of stories to tell. But your favorite was the first time that you were old enough to climb up into the deer stand with grandpa. Maybe you had a rifle in your hand, or maybe you were just there to hold the thermos and keep him company. But it was always a special place, and you still think of him every time that you take your own kids hunting.

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Glory Boat casket in nature

With the high costs of funerals, the last thing you want to do is let your spouse and children spend more than your family can afford when the time comes. Unfortunately, If you don’t make your own end-of-life decisions now, you’ll be forcing your family to make them on your behalf. That’s why it’s so important to make your own decisions now while you still can.

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Glory Boat casket in nature

There’s a lot to be said for honoring old traditions, and many of us already have a family burial plot waiting for us when our time comes. But when it comes to funerals and memorial services, an increasing number of families are interested in creating new traditions. A funeral is often the only thing that gets an entire family together, and it’s one of the few occasions when everyone wears something nice. But there are plenty of people who don’t believe in “standing on ceremony,” and that’s where we come in!

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Glory Boat casket in nature

At Glory Boats, we celebrate the lives of outdoorsmen and women by providing suitable transportation from our world to the next one. Our products are manufactured right here in the USA, and they’re designed and built to fit into standard size vaults and grave liners. You can use our products exactly like traditional caskets, and create the type of end-of-life celebration that a true outdoorsman deserves.

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Glory Boat casket in nature

Glory Boats celebrates the lives of outdoorsmen and women by providing suitable transportation from our world to the next one. Our boat-shaped caskets and hand-carved bullet-shaped urns are unique products for unique people, and we’re proud to play the small part that we do in so many memorable end of life celebrations.

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Glory Boat casket in nature

What does paradise mean to you? It’s a pretty personal question, and a difficult one to answer. We all do our best to live well and serve others, and we hope one day to enjoy our rewards in worlds we can’t even imagine. But can we truly have paradise on earth? Many of us joke about how our deer stands or our duck blind is our paradise. Perhaps we’re exaggerating, but it’s a fair statement that they’re definitely our happy places. The worst fishing trip with friends and family will always be better than the best day at work!

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Glory Boat casket in nature

Glory Boats celebrates the lives of outdoorsmen and women by providing suitable transportation from our world to the next one. We’re always a phone call away when you’d like to learn more about including a boat casket in your end of life planning. Planning your own end of life celebration is a great way to take a lot of burden off your family at an already difficult time.

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Glory Boat casket in nature

It’s not hard to understand why people love to fish, but it is difficult to put into words. Whether it’s carrying a bucket of nightcrawlers to the old fishin’ hole with grandpa or putting your prize bass boat in before the sun comes up, it’s a calling and a passion. Most people will tell you they live for the thrill of landing a big one, and there’s certainly nothing quite like sitting down to a dinner that you caught yourself. But the best part by far is spending quality time relaxing with family and friends.

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Glory Boat casket in nature

At Glory Boats, we enjoy answering questions about our products. We take a lot of pride in our boat-shaped caskets and handcrafted urns, and we believe in helping our customers make their journey in their choice of transportation. Planning your own end of life celebration is a great way to take the burden off your family when you take your final fishing trip or hunting expedition, and we’re here to help in any way that we can!

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Glory Boat casket in nature

In addition to keeping your last will and testament updated, you owe it to your family to plan your own funeral. Funeral home advertisements put a lot of emphasis on their professionalism and customer service, and discuss the importance of letting them handle all of the arrangements. After all, a grieving family already has plenty on their mind!

But make no mistake about it: branded funeral homes are a big business. Over 2.4 million funerals take place each year in the United States, and it’s a $20 billion industry. Funeral homes provide a valuable service to their customers, but they always have shareholder value to think of. What this means is that you can expect your loved ones to be offered a bundle of value added services to send you off in style. These services can might include expensive caskets, elaborate floral arrangements, and multimedia presentations.

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