The International Order of the Golden Rule Welcomes New Business Mobits
OGR recently added Mobits℠ to its group of business suppliers. MOBITS℠ are mobile-apps with text messaging that get final arrangements information to the family and to the community in the fastest, easiest, least stressful and least expensive way possible. It maximizes participation in the departed’s final arrangements.
Mobits™ are the best way for the funeral director to get more calls because Mobits™ puts the funeral home’s contact information inside thousands of mobile phones throughout their community.
Mobits™ also produce income for the funeral home, something newspaper obituaries rarely do.
Having to make a 100 or more phone calls in a very short time frame, telling the same sad story again and again and again, is really stressful. Not only does the Mobit™ absorb much of this stress, it puts funeral homes in a much better position to get future calls.
Mobits℠ is located in Hollywood, FL and is proud to provide service nationally and internationally. Contact Steven Holland, Direct: 313-400-9110, Office: 786-763-1875 or email@example.com. Visit www.mobits.org or text “Mobits” to 72727 for more information.
Founded in 1928, OGR is affiliated with more than 600 independent funeral homes that share common goals of exemplary service, uncompromising care and compassion to families in their time of need. For more information, go to www.ogr.org.
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