Seminar: "Taking Your Presentation Digital"
From the 2012 ICCFA Annual Convention
In 2010, Spring Grove in Cincinnati, Ohio, created a complete digital cemetery and funeral presentation showcasing all services, caskets, vaults, flowers, memorial products and other options in easy-to-understand packages. Since then, the company has seen a 20 percent increase in volume per contract.
Among the advantages: The digital presentation provides a consistent brand to every family, and it forces the individual conducting the arrangement to follow a step-by-step slideshow, with no steps missed. In addition, as product and service offerings and prices change, the master presentation can easily be updated and synced to each adviser's laptop.
Isn't it time to get rid of your antiquated litho book presentation? Learn how to create a 21st century alternative that will improve your arrangement counselors' performance and your revenues. All who attend this session will receive a free sample presentation which they can take back to their locations and customize.
Brad Palmer is director of cemetery planning services for the Spring Grove Family of Companies, which includes Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum, Oak Hill Cemetery and Gwen Mooney Funeral Home, Cincinnati, Ohio.