Life Celebration, Inc. Unveils Free Educational DVD

March 4, 2014
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Video Features In-depth Look At What Comprises the Life Celebration Concept 

Life Celebration, Inc., a growing community of funeral homes that embrace a systematic approach to creating memorable and meaningful funeral experiences for families, recently created and released a free informational DVD.  The 30 minute video was developed for funeral directors giving consideration to joining the Life Celebration community of funeral homes and features in depth presentations, general discussions and a Q & A segment about Life Celebration.

“We are truly fortunate that our consultant, best-selling author Jim Gilmore, agreed to participate in the video project,” said Jim Cummings, Vice President and Chief Experience Officer at Life Celebration.   “Jim does a wonderful job of bringing to life the concept of creating greater economic value within the funeral home setting with his hands on demonstration and excellent commentary.”

The video was filmed in a talk show format, with an audience of funeral professionals in attendance.  In addition to Jim Gilmore, Frank Joyce, a funeral director and member of the Life Celebration community, was also featured in the video, presenting a testimonial of his personal experience with Life Celebration at his funeral home in Waltham, MA.

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“Over the years, we have had hundreds of funeral directors express an interest in the Life Celebrations concept.  We have found that the best way for these funeral professionals to gain an understanding of Life Celebration is to experience our design studio and all the other components with an on-site”, stated Gerry Givnish, President of Life Celebration.  “But since a personal visit is not feasible in every case, this video does a superb job of providing an excellent overview of what Life Celebration is all about.”

To request the free Life Celebration video, schedule a visit to the Life Celebration studio and simply get more information about the Life Celebration program, send an email to jcummings@lifecelebration.com or call 888-887-3782.

About Life Celebration Inc.:  Founded by funeral directors Gerry Givnish and Jim Cummings, Life Celebration is a comprehensive system solution that provides funeral professionals with the capability and processes to stage meaningful funeral experiences for families while creating new revenue streams and growth opportunities for the funeral home,  For more information, call 888.887.3782 or visit www.lifecelebrationinc.com.

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