Robin Heppell Host 3 Hour Webinar – Marketing Embalming
I just received an email from Robin Heppell and he wanted me to let you know
that on Thursday, March 17, he is hosting a 3 hour program via live webinar called:
– Marketing Embalming
For this week only, you can register 2 attendees for the price of 1.
This offer lasts only until Monday, March 7, 2011.
The program will be held on Thursday, March 17, so if you are interested,
register here: https://heppell.infusionsoft.com/go/embalmingceus/cd/
The program is Approved by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service
Practice for 3 CEUs. To see specific States & Provinces
that have approved the program, visit the website: https://heppell.infusionsoft.com/go/embalmingceus/jc/
PS: Robin told me that he has an orientation video for taking your CEUs
online via Webinar if you have never been on a CEU program with a
Click on the link to view the video >>> Webinar Demo Video <<<
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