Funeral Service Insider Launches Annual Cremation Survey
Funeral Service insider recently launched its annual Cremation Survey, and it’s inviting anyone who works in a funeral home to participate.
The survey collects information on how cremation is affecting funeral home profitability as well as how funeral professionals are interacting with cremation families.
“We started this survey last year, and it provided our readers with some eye-opening results,” said Thomas A. Parmalee, editor of Funeral Service Insider. It’s going to be really interesting to compare this year’s results with last year’s to see how perceptions about cremation are changing – both inside and outside the profession.”
Even if you do not subscribe to Funeral Service Insider, you can get a copy of the report on the results as long as you take the survey and provide your email address at the end.
Visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/cremationsurvey to take the survey.
Funeral Service Insider is the nation’s No. 1 newsletter for funeral service professionals. Each weekly issue of Funeral Service Insider gives you the latest news within the profession, business-building tips and guidance and forms and work tools you can use immediately. Visit www.funeralserviceinsider.com to learn more.
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