Premier condolence website eCondolence.com proudly announces partnerships with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Boulder City Review, Pahrump Valley Times, and El Tiempo; continues to expand network of media partners.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 22, 2015

This week, premier condolence website eCondolence.com announced several new media partnerships in the Las Vegas region, providing comprehensive resources for learning, planning and sending condolences to a growing audience of online users.

eCondolence.com partnered with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Boulder City Review, Pahrump Valley Times, and El Tiempo to provide grief support, planning resources, and the ability to express condolences through these media outlets, further enhancing the users’ experience prior to and when viewing the obituary sections of their respective websites. One of the highlights of this partnership is to guide users with finding resources to understand loss, along with seamlessly sending sympathy gift baskets to express condolences.

“We are proud to announce partnerships with these well-respected media outlets,” says Michael Schimmel, CEO and founder of eCondolence.com, “we look forward to collaborating with our partners to provide the most informative and complete set of resources for people during a time of need.”

For the Las Vegas Review-Journal and its affiliated publications, the partnership with eCondolence.com represents the emphasis and significance these publications place on providing valuable and relevant resources to its user base. There is a high degree of sensitivity for users seeking to understand loss, grief and expressing condolences. This partnership provides users with curated tools that help to inform, guide and assist with sending appropriate sympathy gifts.

“Our local publications have been connected to the people in the communities we serve for generations, and they and our online sites will continue to serve them as best as we are able,” said Deidre Dyer, Division Sales Manager of the Review-Journal. “We want to make it as easy and effective as possible when our friends and neighbors have to deal with this difficult time for a family.”

eCondolence.com also recently partnered with the Children’s Bereavement Center. These partnerships reinforce eCondolence.com’s growing network of relationships with organizations, corporations, and media outlets.

About eCondolence.com
eCondolence.com provides an easy-to-use, efficient resource to help family members, friends, colleagues and acquaintances cope with the loss of a loved one. The site offers information and guidance about appropriate items to send and words to express condolences in a respectable and understanding way.

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