NFDA Presents 2009 Best of Show Awards at International Convention & Expo
During the 2009 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) International Convention & Expo, October 25-28 in Boston, Mass., four exhibiting companies received NFDA?s 2009 Best of Show Award in recognition of their new, unique and innovative products to help funeral professionals better serve families.
As in previous years, convention attendees again selected the winners of the Best of Show Award, which recognizes the best new urns and memorialization/keepsake items available at the NFDA Expo. Convention attendees vote for their favorite products in four categories using their spare change; the product in each category receiving the highest dollar amount by the close of the competition wins the award. As in the past, 100% of the money collected through NFDA?s Best of Show contest is donated to charity, which this year was Habitat for Humanity of Greater Boston.
The recipients of NFDA?s 2009 Best of Show Award are:
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