ICCFA Wants Your Opinion: Should It Print a Hard Copy Directory?
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association is asking its members if it should continue to print a hard copy version of its annual Buyer’s Guide & Membership Directory.
Like other associations, ICCFA leadership is questioning the viability of print publications in an increasingly online world. The same directory information is currently available online under “Find a Member” at www.iccfa.com, and is continuously updated, unlike the printed version. The specialized directories of state regulatory boards, mortuary colleges, cremation guidelines, recommended monument installation guidelines and more would also be placed online if the membership votes to do away with the printed version.
Members may let their voice be heard at www.iccfa.com/cafe#poll. This is one of an ongoing series of “Pulse of the People” polls that ICCFA will rotate on the ICCFA Café page on its website.
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