MortuaryMall.com Teams Up with Funeral Service Insider
MortuaryMall.com, the innovative online shopping site owned and operated by funeral professionals for funeral professionals, is now selling subscriptions to Funeral Service Insider through its website at www.MortuaryMall.com. It?s just the latest product to be featured on the growing site.
“We are proud to be partnering with MortuaryMall.com to bring the latest news, analysis and business tips to an even larger audience,” said Thomas A. Parmalee, executive editor of Funeral Service Insider. “We’ve worked hard to ensure that people can order seamlessly through the site, and satisfaction is guaranteed.”
Parmalee explained that Funeral Service Insider is published weekly, at least 48 times per year. Subscribers receive special offers to conferences and webinars, and they also benefit from its annual Casket Survey and Compensation Report. “We also want MortuaryMall.com?s customers to know that when they subscribe and supply an e-mail address, they?ll receive the issue each week as a printable PDF,” Parmalee said. “This way, even those who live in Canada and elsewhere can benefit from our guidance without having to wait for their issue in the mail.”
Edward Bergin, President of MortuaryMall.com, is proud to be able to introduce his audience to the leading newsletter in funeral service. “As a member of the Bergin family, whose funeral homes have served Connecticut families for more than 135 years, I’m very familiar with how much Funeral Service Insider benefits the profession,” he said. “The newsletter is just one of a wide array of products available for sale on our site, but it is one that we know our visitors will benefit from buying.”
Funeral Service Insider subscribers are among the top operators in the business, and now you can join them by visiting www.MortuaryMall.com. Go to the Funeral Service Insider page directly by visiting http://www.mortuarymall.com/content/Subscribe_to_Funeral_Service_Insider.htm, where you can read sample issues of the publication for free.
About Funeral Service Insider
Funeral Service Insider is the nation’s No. 1 newsletter for funeral service professionals. Each weekly issue of Funeral Service Insider provides the latest news and analysis and business-building tips. Published at least 48 times per year, funeral home operators worldwide rely on Funeral Service Insider to help boost profitability. It is owned and published by Kates-Boylston Publications, which has been serving death-care professionals since 1877.
Based in Connecticut, MortuaryMall.com is a family owned business run by members of the Bergin family, whose funeral homes have served Connecticut families for more than 135 years. MortuaryMall.com currently offers more than 13,000 products, ranging from traditional funeral supplies to an unparalleled selection of name brand products important to today’s funeral homes, including flat panel TVs, DVD players, GPS devices, computers, software, portable PA systems, furniture and decorative items. Many of the products on MortuaryMall.com qualify for free or low cost shipping, and each purchase is protected by an A-to-Z Safe Buying Guarantee. MortuaryMall.com is a member of the NFDA Business Exchange and the International Memorialization Supply Association (IMSA). For more information or to place an order 24 hours a day, please visit MortuaryMall.com’s website at www.mortuarymall.com.
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