Incorporating a unique format that fosters long-lasting friendships and generates a wealth of new ideas, this year's NFDA Professional Women's Conference leads off with "Who Killed the Funeral?" Presented by Jacquelyn Taylor, CFSP, executive director of the New England Institute at Mount Ida College, this eye-opening seminar will address mounting evidence that mainstream deathcare providers are in danger of becoming irrelevant in the 21st century and provide attendees with novel solutions to take control of their destiny. In addition to the popular roundtable discussions, attendees can look forward to additional conference sessions about embalming litigation and creating a personal and professional legacy.
NFDA's room block for Hotel Monaco is sold out. According to Hotels.com, good room rates may be available at the Sheraton Suites Old Town Alexandria, six blocks from Hotel Monaco.
Additional conference information can be found by visiting www.nfda.org/pwc or calling 800-228-6332. Even though the March 11 registration deadline has passed, NFDA will still accept registrations.
The 2011 NFDA Professional Women's Conference is generously sponsored and supported by Nomis Publications Inc., The Dodge Company, Homesteaders Life Company, Kelco Supply Company, Messenger and Final Touch. The Funeral Service Foundation thanks the following scholarship contributors, Nomis Publications Inc., Deaton-Kennedy Company, Messenger, Trigard and Wilbert Funeral Service Inc. For a complete list of sponsors, visit www.nfda.org/pwc.
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