Funeral Industry Press Releases
Over seventy funeral professionals from Illinois, Indiana and Iowa attended a recent day-long Continuing Education event at the Wilbert Funeral Services Training Center in Broadview, Illinois.
Perfect Memorials Begins Manufacturing Ceramic Photo Plaques with the Shortest Lead Time in the Industry and a Lifetime Warranty
Perfect Memorials announces they’ve started manufacturing Ceramic Photo Plaques that are available at aggressive introductory pricing throughout the summer.
Top funeral home operators and some of the profession’s most knowledgeable experts will deliver strategic guidance at the Eleventh Annual Funeral Service Business Plan Conference, Dec. 8-9 in New Orleans.
NFDA has invited respected leadership and association management experts to present at this year’s conference; attendees will leave feeling inspired and have ideas and tools to help them be innovative and effective funeral service leaders.
Trigard Memorials is known for high-tech, direct-to-metal technology and brilliant full-color specialty memorials. But these advanced memorial designs can come with a premium price. To make advanced personalization available to more families, Trigard Memorials unveiled affordable, full-color add-on portraits for their most traditional memorial lines, Classique® and Paragon®.
Batesville is continuing its popular “Finding Easier Ways” series of free educational webinars during the company’s quarterly Education Week, May 24-25, 2016. Education Week has become a “go-to” resource for busy funeral professionals looking to enhance their knowledge without leaving their office.
Bob Burg, Jim Gilmore and Inky Johnson will headline the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) 2016 International Convention & Expo, October 23-26 in Philadelphia, Penn.
It’s been several years since Volume 1 of “The Funeral Director’s Guide to Marketing” was published, and a lot has changed during that time.
Facebook has a lot more clout, search engine optimization has taken on even more importance and cremation has continued its upward climb. As a result, marketing has never been more important.
Foundation Partners Group (FPG), a leading provider of innovative funeral, cemetery and cremation experiences and products, has announced the acquisition of Simplicity: Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services. Simplicity joins six other funeral properties that FPG currently operates in the state of South Carolina.
“All our significant life events are shared with others. Birthdays and weddings provide an opportunity to come together and share. A funeral does the same; it allows those who knew us to show that our life mattered to them.