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Funeralocity CEO interviewed on Los Angeles KFI radio
Jennifer Jones Lee of Wake Up Call on KFI Los Angeles interviewed Funeralocity CEO Ed Michael Reggie. Funeralocity is a national comparison website for funeral and cremation providers.Read more
Clark Howard Recommends Consumers use Funeralocity to Compare Funeral Prices
Clark Howard recommends consumers take an active role in finding prices, packages and other important information by using a site like Funeralocity.com.Read more
AARP Recommends Consulting Funeralocity.com for Funeral Prices
AARP gives 8 helpful tips for smart funeral planning. One of their recommendations is going to Funeralocity.com to compare funeral homes or cremation providers.Read more
Funeralocity Provides Way to Shop for Funeral Services during COVID-19
With more than 115,000 Covid-19 deaths reported across the country and stay-at-home orders preventing traditional funeral gatherings, people need creative ways to shop for funeral services.Read more
Funeralocity CEO Talks about the Impact of Coronavirus
THE CITY, an influential New York voice, talked to Funeralocity.com founder Ed Michael Reggie about the pricing of funeral homes amid the coronavirus outbreak in the city.Read more
Funeralocity Speaks about Social Distancing and Funerals
The Silo probed the effect social distancing is having on funeral planning, and talked to Funeralocity.com founder Ed Michael Reggie as a source of authority in the industry.Read more
Funeralocity CEO Talks With Newsday.Com About The High Cost Of Dying On Long Island
Newsday recently published an article about a report distributed by Funeralocity that showed Long Island is the most expensive place in the country for a full-service funeral.Read more
"Funeralocity allows grieving consumers to look at...prices and reviews"
Funeralocity, a comparison website for funeral and cremation services, released its annual report on the cost of funeral expenses. The average cost of funeral services in Long Island tops the list of the most expensive place to have a full service burial.Read more
Funeralocity Fills Void in Searching for Prices
The Denver Post published an article that discussed the lack of transparency in the funeral industry. Funeralocity CEO Ed Michael Reggie discussed how his company is offering people the information they need to make informed decisions.
Funeralocity Provides Searches and Pricing in 100 Markets
The New York Times reports that, while the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires funeral homes to give their pricing information over the phone or in-person, it does not require funeral homes to post their pricing information online.
"Funeralocity giving transparency to industry"
Funeralocity Founder and CEO Ed Michael Reggie speaks to the Washington Post about the price comparison website and how it makes it easier to shop for funeral services. “This is giving a transparency that’s been needed to the funeral industry…”Read more
"Funeralocity eases the process of planning a funeral"
Funeralocity is the first funeral comparison website, helping consumers compare funeral and cremation costs, ratings and services in their area. It connects families who have an immediate need or who are planning in advance with the best funeral providers.Read more
Funeralocity "Lifting the Lid" on the Funeral Business
ABC 15 aired a story about something most people don’t know until it’s too late. The average funeral in the United States costs about $7,500, which is more than many people expect.
Funeralocity Finds Cape Cod among Top 10 Costliest
Capecod.com wrote an article discussing research published by Funeralocity that took a look at funeral prices across the U.S. On average, funeral homes in Cape Cod charge $9,455 for a single service.
Funeralocity Ranks Cedar Rapids in Top 10 Costliest
98.1 KHAK posted an article about Funeralocity’s list of the most expensive places in the country for funeral services. Iowa was ranked as the second-most costly state in the country for cremations, with an average price of $3,191.
Springfield, IL on Funeralocity's Top 10 Most Expensive
WICS ABC 20 aired a story that covered the reaction of local residents and funeral home directors after Funeralocity ranked the Springfield area as one of the country’s 10 most expensive places for a funeral service.
Funeralocity a Resource that Helps when Planning Funeral Services
News station WAFB9 gave a report detailing how many families in Southwest Louisiana are shocked by how expensive funeral services are. Many families are turning to crowdfunding to help pay for funeral services.
Funeralocity Makes Funeral Costs Transparent
Local station NBCNews12 ran a story about how Funeralocity makes it easier for consumers to compare funeral homes and services in their local area. Traditionally, funeral directors have recommended that consumers find a funeral home by asking their friends andRead more
Springfield, IL in Funeralocity's Top 10 Costliest
Funeralocity.com announced the nation's Top 10 Most Expensive cities for funeral prices. Springfield placed sixth on the list.
Millennials Openness about Funeral Planning is Fueling Changes in Death Industry
VOX looked at why millennials are less shy about talking about death and planning for the eventuality, and included Funeralocity.com as a resource that provides all consumers price comparison information.Read more
Funeralocity Reports Honolulu Funeral Prices Higher than National Average
When Funeralocity.com released averages for the most expensive cities to have funerals, one in particular was not surprised: Honolulu, whose prices are typically higher than mainland services and products.Read more
Funeralocity CEO Sheds Light on Funeral Home Pricing with the New York Post
Funeralocity, a comparison website that gives consumers the ability to research funeral home prices and services, is delivering pricing transparency in an industry that has historically been reticent to share pricing openly.Read more
Funeralocity.com provides the largest search of funeral home prices in the US
New York – XX 2019 – Funeralocity.com, a free comparison website offering families the largest search of prices and locations of funeral homes in the US, debuted today after a two year-long soft launch compiling the largest, most up-to-date collection of homes…Read more
American Funeral Director: A Conversation with Ed Michael Reggie
CEO Ed Michael Reggie discusses how Funeralocity enables families to compare and connect with funeral homes in their area…Read more
Clark.com: How Technology Is Taking Some of the Pain Out of Planning a Funeral
Funeralocity allows people to comparison shop funeral homes.Read more
New Website Funeralocity Helps Consumers Save Money
Jeanne Schwartz, chief strategy officer of Funeralocity, talks about the consumer benefits of the new third-party comparison website on the Daily 2. One of the biggest benefits, she notes, is the ability for consumers to review funeral homes prices.Read more
Atlanta PluggedIn: How Funeralocity Can Help Compare and Save on Funeral Home Prices
Jeanne Schwartz, chief strategy officer of Funeralocity, talks about the benefits of the new third-party comparison website for funeral homes. One of the biggest benefits, she notes, is the ability for consumers to review funeral homes prices.Read more