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Kates-Boylston Publications is holding numerous events in November and December, but funeral professionals need to sign up soon to get the best deal.
The Crematory Operations Certification Program, which KB is conducting with the Cremation Association of North America, will be held Nov. 15 in Charleston, South Carolina. Sign up by Sept. 16 to save $100. Learn more about the conference.
KB is also teaming up with CANA to bring a Crematory Operations Certification Program to New Orleans on Dec. 6. Sign up by Aug. 30 to save $100. Learn more about the conference.
On Dec. 7, funeral professionals will gather for the Sixth Annual Cremation Strategies Conference, also in New Orleans. Sign up by Aug. 30 to save $100. Learn more about the conference.
On Dec. 8-9, funeral professionals will gather for the Eleventh Annual Funeral Service Business Plan Conference, which features some of the top funeral home operators, consultants and thinkers in the funeral profession. Sign up by Aug. 30 to save $100. Learn more about the conference.
You can sign up for the conferences online or call 800-500-4585 to register by phone. Questions can be directed to Thomas Parmalee at email@example.com.
Kates-Boylston Publications publishes American Funeral Director, American Cemetery & Cremation and Funeral Service Insider. The company has been helping funeral professionals succeed and serve since 1877. Learn more at www.katesboylston.com.
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