Become a Doscard Partner
WJ O’ Donnell,
Doscard Registered Funeral Director,
Over a 6 month period, we found:
1. 65% of families requested additional Doscard Order of Service or Mass Booklets with removable memorial cards attached, within 14 days of the funeral service having taken place, to give to those who had not got one on the day or who were unable to attend the service.
2. During this 6 month period, there were 18 enquiries directly linked to the Doscard Order of Service or Mass Booklets ranging from: could the Doscard Order of Service or Mass Booklets be supplied to other funeral directors? could the Doscard Order of Service or Mass Booklets be provided for Weddings?
3. 9 pre-arranged funeral plans were taken out during this period which originated directly from the Doscard Order of Service or Mass Booklets being seen and retained by persons attending funerals that we had carried out during this period.
4. We took numerous calls from people enquiring about funerals and memorials ranging from getting additional lettering put onto a headstone, the supply of a new memorial, flowers sales, general funeral enquires to name but a few, all originating from our name and contact details being printed on the removable plastic Doscard memorial / keepsake card which everyone retained.
We are excited to be a part of this and look forward to future success working with Doscard as a Registered Partner!
Can I use my own printing company who currently produce my Memorial Cards and Order of Service or Mass Booklets, and attach them together myself ?
No unfortunately you can’t as this operation of physically joining these two items together is legally protected by : EU Registered Design Nos. 006586137-0001 to 0002, and therefore cannot be copied, reproduced or similar without obtaining express permission to do so from the registered owner, namely GSI Ltd. Order of Service and Mass Booklets, fitted with any form of detachable cards are currently only available directly from doscard.com. NB: Violation of any Registered Designs or failure to comply, will result in “IP Infringement”, and is a Criminal Offence and will be treated accordingly.