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Free Online Memorial Websites during American Heart Month

01-28-2011 01:07 PM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Remembered.com

Free Online Memorial Websites during American Heart Month

Website encouraging awareness of leading cause of death: heart disease.

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – January 27th, 2011 -- Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, and since 1963 Americans have joined the battle proclaiming February “American Heart Month”.

Remembered.com - the online memorial website is supporting American Heart Month by offering free online memorials during the month of February. The social networking memorial site is free for all family and friends to use to share the life and legacy of their loved ones.

Traditionally, newspaper obituaries, emails, and phone calls were the primary means of communication after the loss of a friend or family member. Remembered.com was among the first to incorporate social networking into the bereavement process. Now, anyone with a computer can easily create an online memorial and invite others via email or Facebook. Those notified can inform others, offer condolences, or make donations to the charity of the departed.

An online memorial can tell you more about a person’s life and legacy than a headstone ever can. Thousands of people have created memorials to surround themselves virtually with others who can share fond memories and old photographs. An easy to share dedicated memorial website (e.g. http://johndoe.remembered.com) allows people to contribute pictures, comments, and condolences with each other from every corner of the world.

"We want to build awareness about the risks of heart disease," said Adolfo Espadas, Lead Developer. "We feel this is a great way to help people spread the message of prevention."

The offer is good for any memorial created between February 1st and February 28th, 2011 and is validated by using a coupon code at checkout: HealthyHeart

To create a memorial, visit http://remembered.com/healthy-heart

For more information or questions please contact us at info@remembered.com.

Remembered.com

Andrew Jorgensen
Remembered.com
PO. Box 900578
Sandy, Utah 84090
Phone: 917-696-1165
Email: marketing@remembered.com
Web: http://www.remembered.com

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