humorous online book.
You don't have to hire an event planner, though if you can swing it, it's a big time saver, giving you more time to concentrate on other details while they do the licking, stamping, and mass-mailing (suggested).
Event Planner or no, a great concept and
Invite will get the 'party' going,
making your event a memorable one for all (maybe the whole town or State):
...and all at the same cost of what the 'Home' thought to be the simple, low-cost, no frills ceremony that you so cleverly negotiated down (in advance).
Regardless of what pre-need package you may have bought, no one is going to turn away a car full of clowns you personally ordered in advance, a rock band with a contract from you, or a crowd full of people streaming through the Gates waving their money and invitations.
Think outside the box (not the pine one) and you'll develop a great event concept that fills parking lots with people. Handle this right, and you may even need valet or shuttle service.
Whether or not they cared (or even knew you at all), make it a blast, and people will still flock from miles around for the food and the festivities!
The more you send out, the more money
you end up with.
That kind of money can go towards any
equipment or gear required for your technique, your services, or you might
decide to throw it back into the party.
With some change to blow, on site, you could be the only plot that lights up at night, has that fancy and talked about water feature, disco ball, or other eternally eye-catching element.
Speaking of eternity, after the party's over, realizing that you will be outside (if you chose to remain on the grounds instead of another disposal method), you might wish you had considered otherwise - or bought/transported that steel shed that will now come in handy. Depending on plot size, you might be able to fit a good sized dog house, tent, or possibly new construction - but it all takes money and planning ahead.
Are you with us now?
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