There's nothing more touching and heartwarming than knowing that the memory of a loved one can live on through the little reminders in our day. Memorial benches are a great way to pay homage to an individual who made an impact on your life or to commemorate a special occasion. Whether you place the memorial in your garden, a favorite park, or near a loved one's final resting place, it's sure to be a meaningful gift.
Memorial benches are great for a variety of settings:
- Class reunions and can include a graphic of your school mascot and class year as a fun donation to your Alma Mater's quad.
- Help your parents or grandparents celebrate their anniversary as they reach a milestone year by promoting the event on a memorial park bench.
- Create a bench for your garden to remember your favorite furry friend by.
- Neighborhood communities.
You could also donate a bench to a park or playground and advertise your business, club, or organization. You can add your logo and distribute park benches in public areas for a personal touch.
Most benches can be etched or cut out with your logo, or any wording that you want. Some of the memorial benches we carry offer plaques that can be engraved and then mounted on a bench of your choice. Of course if you're looking for something a little more unique, consider a custom multi-colored sublimated plate, which allows you to place a photo of your loved one on a resin covered recycled surface which is then placed onto the back of the memorial park bench.
We offer a wide selection of benches to meet your needs. Our Leisure Craft, WebCoat, Nexterra, and Polywood® products all offer benches with custom options to create the perfect bench for your space. Whether you are looking at our thermoplastic or our polywood products, you are guaranteed to get a lasting piece of outdoor furniture that will maintain its beautiful look for years to come.
The best way to ensure that you receive a bench with all of the specifications that you desire is to call one of our commercial sales representatives to discuss what options are available in the bench of your choice, and to receive a quote.