Many of the best years of Glen Davis’ life were spent driving a school bus for Grand Meadow Public Schools.
He drove bus for 55 years. There was hardly anything about it he didn’t like. He loved the kids. And when he finally decided to call it quits a decade ago, he wasn’t sure it was the right decision.
The loss of a family member can be too much for some people to bear, but learning how much a funeral can cost is enough to send many over the edge.
I’ve seen it too many times to count.
In Cindy Gallop’s Twitter profile, she states “I like to blow sh*t up. I am the Michael Bay of business.”
You can say that knowing how to tie a scarf is a matter of survival in this type of frigid weather. Here are 11 ways to do just that.
The 2015 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Professional Women’s Conference will bring together funeral directors, educators, expert presenters and suppliers in a unique, intimate gathering to generate new ideas, foster professional growth and create lasting friendships. This conference, which is the leading gathering for women in funeral service, will take place April 24-26 at the Loews Chicago Hotel in the heart of the “City of Big Shoulders.”
As black as your soul, this LIMITED EDITION Fatally Yours Gourmet Chocolate box is absolutely to die for.
If you are like most people surveyed by Facebook, you do not want to see a lot of promotional ads from businesses who are trying to sell you their products.
This poses a conundrum for you as a business owner who would like to use Facebook to draw local community members to your funeral home’s page. How can you attract attention to the services you offer without “turning off” people who Like your page?
Let’s talk a minute about the value buyers. People want value for their dollar. You do. Most people you know do. If you have been an adult very long you know that the cheapest product can often be the most expensive. Your dilemma is that some products don’t lend themselves to value appreciation very well. In other words they don’t readily answer the question, “Why should I pay more?” Funerals are one of these.
There are many examples throughout our history of competition leading to innovation. For instance, when competition arrived in the telephone business in 1984, it lead to the advent of call forwarding, nationwide toll-free calling, and the expansion of the answering service industry.
The above ad ran in the January 28 issue of “luxury lifestyle magazine” Town & Style St. Louis.
A picture of the ad (above) has been taking the internet (Reddit) and Facebook by storm since. The overall reaction has been a big, loud WTF