|[July 15, 2014]
Enduranote Launched: First-of-its-Kind Company Enables Customers to Schedule Personal Messages for Loved Ones After Death
AUSTIN, Texas --(Business Wire)--
a website designed to extend the digital presence of its customers in
the lives of friends and family, has announced its official launch. The
company provides a uniquely comprehensive, online system that securely
and privately schedules the delivery of personal messages to loved ones
long after the user has passed away.
Created by Austin-based attorney and former police officer Shiloh
Coleman, the Enduranote system also enables customers to create and
attach video, audio and other multimedia content to messages or
establish specialized pages for full screen display at future weddings,
graduations, or other special days in the lives of loved ones.
Enduranote's user-friendly platform has gone live at www.enduranote.com
and contains interactive, step-by-step tools to help users confidently
establish that their actual words will be heard by those they care about
after they are no longer available to share those words directly.
The process is easy to use and setting up a secure account is free.
Different messaging schedules are affordably priced and available in
multiple tiers. Messages can be delivered in a variety of formats,
including letters, e-mails, videos, audio, texts, self-penned
obituaries, life event pages and other personalized options. Bank-grade
encryption technologies protect login and payment information at all
"The idea behind Enduranote is to empower those who need it most - the
sick, the elderly, first responders, deployed military - to prepare and
schedule private future messages for loved ones," said Coleman. "We also
have a tool for creating a virtual presence at future events and
important days they know they might miss. As an attorney, I understand
the value this service can offer clients wanting something more
meaningful than a sealed legal document in a safe deposit box."
The concept originated when Coleman, grieving his father's passing, was
asked by his young son, "Wouldn't it have been great if your dad could
have sent you a message before he died, knowing you could get it today,
on Father's Day?"
This simple yet powerful notion triggered three years of extensive
research and development by Coleman to make the touching sentiment a
reality. Enter, Enduranote.
Media: Interviews with Enduranote founder Shiloh Coleman,
testimonials from users, screencap illustrations and more information
are available upon request. Please contact Paul Williams at
949/916-6880 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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