Eagle?s Wings Air Selects MKJ Marketing as Strategic Partner
MKJ Marketing, Inc. announced today that market-leader Eagle?s Wings Air has selected MKJ Marketing to lead the planning and execution of its strategic marketing plan. ?After an extensive search for the right marketing partner, MKJ was the clear choice. Their leadership and expertise within the funeral service industry is unmatched. I?m delighted to have Marilyn and Glenn Gould and the entire MKJ team offering their support to our company,? said Eagle?s Wings Air president and CEO, Frank Kaiser.
Eagle?s Wings Air is the leading provider of air transportation management services to North American funeral homes and shipping services. While traditional shipping companies have focused on preparing and transporting the human remains to the airline, Eagle?s Wings Air is the death care industry?s first and only business that focuses attention on the actual transportation process from tender to arrival. Through a centralized customer service center, Eagle?s Wings Air leverages proprietary software and their knowledge of airline operations to find the best itinerary, make the reservations, and proactively monitor the status from start to finish, delivering time-savings and peace-of-mind to their funeral service clients.
?With our tremendous growth over the last two years, we knew it was time to step up our marketing plan to reach those funeral homes who may not yet be familiar with us,? said Kaiser. ?The #1 question new clients ask us is, ?why don?t you advertise more? ? With the help of MKJ, we hope that more funeral service professionals will learn who we are and how we can make their life easier. ?
Chairman of the Board, David McComb, and Kaiser founded Eagle?s Wings Air in 2008. Mr. Kaiser is an airline logistics professional with extensive experience shipping special cargo to locations all over the world. Mr. McComb is a partner and principal operating manager of the D.O. McComb Funeral Homes in Ft. Wayne, IN, and Premier Preneed, a third party pre-need sales company.
?We are honored to be selected to lead the marketing efforts of one of the fastest growing companies in funeral service,? said MKJ Marketing?s CEO, Glenn Gould.
?Eagle?s Wings Air is truly an innovator amongst industry suppliers. The air transportation expertise being offered by Frank Kaiser and his team has obviously been well received by our community.? Marilyn Gould, president of MKJ Marketing, agreed. ?We are really pleased to help get the message out about Eagle?s Wings Air. We hear from our clients all the time who have trusted Eagle?s Wings Air about what a great job they do, and how it makes it easier for them and better serves their clients.?
MKJ Marketing, the death care industry?s leader in marketing services, serves 2,000 funeral homes nationally and in Canada in areas of Market Research, Advertising, Web Site Development and Training Programs. Thirty percent of MKJ?s business comes from death care industry vendors, such as The Johnson Consulting Group, At-need.com, The Whitmore Group, Sea Urns, Meadow Hill (Thumbies), Sprung Monuments, Tributes.com and Jackman Financial.
?Eagle?s Wings Air provides management and logistical controls to assure human remains arrive at their destination on time,? comments Gould. ?I believe funeral directors will take advantage of Eagle?s Wings Air?s professional transportation service once they understand how much easier and inexpensive it is to let Eagle?s Wings Air handle and monitor the arrangements for them.?
For more information on MKJ?s marketing services, visit www.mkjmarketing.com or call 888-655-1566. For more information on Eagle?s Wings Air, visit www.eagleswingsair.com or telephone Frank Kaiser at 866-550-1392.
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