New Funeral Industry Product Review – The "Legacy Book"
Wow, it has been a long time since our last product review or last video for that matter. We have been rocking in the office doing some many different things like; planning for NFDA, planning new strategies for ConnectingDirectors.com and CDsocial, and even partnering with a social media marketing agency! Yes, we have been busy!!
I wanted to take a few minutes and record a product review for a new company breaking into the funeral supplierscene. The company is Greeting Express, and they have developed the “Legacy Book”, a hardboundprofessionallyprinted photo album that is dedicated to honoring the life of the deceased.
No this product does not sound like a revolutionaryproduct, but I was very impressed with the quality of the product and do see where it could provide a very easy resale profit for the funeral home.
Please watch the video review I created below. After you see the review please provide us with your feedback!
For a video demo of the photo software used to create the “Legacy Book” please visit: http://digilabtech.com/software/videodemo.html
For more information on the “Legacy Book” you can contact Anthony DeMarco – firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-695-4000.
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