FUNERAL nation Episode #21 – SCI Declining Numbers, DISRUPTu! and One of the Worst Funeral Ads Ever

February 23, 2016
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funeralnation.tv – The #FNhustle and #FNchange keeps rolling strong in Episode 21! We sit down with the guys behind LA Ads, known as the ‘agents of change’ and for their red shoes. We spotlight a funeral director in Texas who is smashing the status quo to serve her community and our WTF looks at a terrible ad from a funeral home in Australia.

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