Funeral Service Insider Publishes Compilation of Issues
WALL, N.J. – Funeral Service Insider recently published its 2010 compilation, which provides statistics, news analysis and proven solutions to overcome business challenges.
The massive reference book – bursting with information at almost 400 pages long – includes every single issue that Funeral Service Insider published in 2010. An index makes it easy to find information on the topics that matter the most to you.
“Many Funeral Service Insider subscribers have asked for this book because it’s hard to keep the issues in one place,” said Thomas A. Parmalee, editor of Funeral Service Insider. “We often hear from subscribers who complain that their staff members walk away with issues and never give them back – the newsletter is that popular. With this compilation, all the insights and guidance from 2010 is in one place.”
Parmalee noted that anyone is free to buy the 2010 Compilation of Funeral Service Insider – not just subscribers. “This is a tremendous value,” he said. “Our subscribers already know how important the newsletter is, and we’re happy to offer our 2010 library to a larger audience who may not know what being an ‘Insider’ is all about.”
Homesteaders Life Co. in Des Moines, Iowa, is proud to be the book’s sponsor. “Not to be overdramatic or diminish the importance of, say, Raether’s ‘History of American Funeral Directing,’ but this anthology, the first volume of collected issues, provides a granular look at the characters, organizations and events that have shaped our industry. It is somewhat of a historical narrative,” said Dean Lambert, vice president of marketing of Homesteaders Life Co. “I urge you to spend time reading each issue while reflecting on your funeral home or organization. How has the news of the year affected your business? Have the pundits’ predictions come true? You’ll find it very interesting to look back.”
The book costs $195, and you can order it online by clicking the “Bookstore” tab at www.funeralserviceinsider.com, or place your order by calling 800-500-4585, Option 1.
Funeral Service Insider is published by Kates-Boylston Publications. Visit www.katesboylston.com for more information.
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