Inspiring Families to Have the Talk of a Lifetime: How to Make It Happen
Take action to reverse the trend of less memorialization!
Members-only Webinar: First Registrant Free!
Thursday, February 27, 2014 ▪ 1-2 p.m. CT (1 CE hour)
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Have the Talk of a Lifetime, the new Funeral and Memorial Information Council (FAMIC) consumer education campaign, can help you inspire people in your community to have conversations about life, what matters to them, and what they value most. These conversations can help families understand the importance of memorializing a life well lived and motivate them to make important decisions about how they will remember and honor the lives of their loved ones.
Presenter: Jessica Koth, NFDA Public Relations Manager
Registration Fees: Members Only
NFDA Member 1st Registrant (includes CE) FREE
Additional Member Registrant requiring CE $60
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