YourDash Receives a “Keeping It Personal” Award
YourDash from Dallas, Texas, has won first place in the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association’s 2014 Keeping It Personal (KIP) Awards, recognizing the best in personalization in the cemetery, funeral service and cremation profession.
Created by the ICCFA Personalization Committee, the KIP program honors recipients in five categories. YourDash was honored with first place in the Innovative/Personalized Product category.
The ICCFA’s 2014 KIP Awards contest attracted 38 entries from the United States, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore and Israel. Communications and marketing professionals from outside the cemetery and funeral service profession performed the judging.
Your Dash is a user-friendly platform that allows families to create, share and treasure their own stories and the stories of their loved ones, thorough the creation of their very own website. The mission at Your Dash is to protect and share everyone’s life stories for generations to come. Everyone has a story to tell, which is why it’s easy and affordable for anyone to get started creating their online life story.
All KIP Awards recipients will be recognized at the ICCFA 2015 Annual Convention & Exposition, April 8-11 at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, and in ICCFA Magazine.
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