FrontRunner releases the much awaited Book of Memories™ hard bound edition.

July 29, 2015
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July 30, 2015 – FrontRunner Professional today announced the launch of its hard bound Book of Memories Memorial Book.

“The Book of Memories has always been an elegant permanent online memorial for families and friends that have lost someone they love. We are proud to introduce a product that takes the guestbook signing, shared memories, condolences, photos, and other online tributes to the next level by encapsulating them into a printed book as well,” says FrontRunner Founder and CEO, Kevin Montroy.  “With the ability to allow families to add new pages and sections, just like the Book of Memories Memorial website, it is designed to instill loyalty and keep families coming back to your firm”.

The integrated print software dynamically pulls in content from the online Book of Memories website featured on the funeral home’s website and assembles it, ready for print on the system’s high quality paper stock. Using the system’s unique visitor guest pages, it also captures all signatures of visitors attending the funeral home visitation and service, and combines everything into the ultimate Memorial Book.

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The system requires no special printers or equipment and can easily be printed on location at the funeral home. The patented slip spine allows the ability to add and replace pages in seconds, yet creates the look of a professionally bound table top book that will be cherished for generations. With its unique die-cut cover, it allows viewing of the deceased’s photo with a background of the theme selection which is carried through the book.

After the service, families can login from their loved ones online Book of Memories Website and  continue to add new, photos, stories and mementoes and print new pages allowing them to create an ever-evolving keepsake.

The new Memorial Book system can easily replace the traditional register book at the funeral home and other hard bound memory book offerings. Highly customizable, it comes complete with a beautiful matching presentation box. With its affordable price, families can create multiple copies to be cherished by any additional family members or friends.

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About FrontRunner Professional

FrontRunner is a leading technology provider to funeral professionals. FrontRunner continues to lead with innovative and completely integrated solutions to help funeral professionals more effectively manage, market, and grow their businesses.

 

To see a video on the new hard bound Book of Memories memorial book or to learn more, visit our website at www.FrontRunner360.com/memorial-book or contact a FrontRunner team member at 1-866-748-3625.

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