FrontRunner Professional Launches New Vendor Website Program and Small Business Edition
FrontRunner Professional will extend its website technology expertise through two new programs designed to help funeral service vendors as well as funeral directors and their families with ancillary business needs.
“The Vendor Website Program and Small Business Edition are designed to help firms reach further and create a higher standard,” says FrontRunner Founder and CEO Kevin Montroy. “Diversification today is critical and for many, the opportunities afforded to them via the internet could not have come at a better time.”
In keeping with Frontrunner’s dedication and commitment to helping a great profession, its extensive expertise with technology, online strategies and business modeling will prove valuable to any firm regardless of budget constraints.
“We have expanded our team to include more creative designers, programmers and creative writers, to round out our already stellar award winning talents,” adds Montroy. “The way we look at it, when we can help make vendors and our clients look good, it helps make our profession as a whole look good.”
Come by and visit us at the NFDA convention, booth #814 in Austin Texas to speak to us about working with your firm. For more information, call 1-866-748-3625 or visit www.FrontRunner360.com.
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