Survey From The Expressing Sympathy Council
Our firm is working on an awareness campaign about celebrating life and the ways in which people deal with grief. Members of the Expressing Sympathy Council include professionals from across the deathcare world, including funeral directors, grief counselors, life celebration experts, florists and others.
We have crafted a survey and are looking to hear from funeral service professionals about their social networking habits when it comes to their business. This will be helpful in understanding how many of these businesses are currently using or plan to use these services and which ones work best. Might you be able to assist us by providing a link to the survey on your site? The survey can be found at the link below:
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