Posted by Lou Farah (220.127.116.11) on March 08, 2005 at 09:18:44:
SATURDAY MARCH 26, 2005 10:00 AM TO 3:00 PM
THE GREAT AMERICAN FUNERAL AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES EXPO
BOB'S BIG BOY DRIVE IN, TOLUCA LAKE-BURBANK
The Southern California Chapter broke new ground last year as we hosted for the first time an event designed to provide educational displays and informative presentations detailing the complexities and inner workings of the funeral industry. This year this events returns with an expanded expose on the funeral industry as well as the field of emergency medical services with The Great American Funeral and Emergency Medical Services Expo. Extensive displays of funeral vehicles and detailed demonstrations conducted by area funeral directors will explain the industry, their practices and equipment. Full-scale embalming facilities, slumber rooms and casket displays will recreate the American funeral home in all of its glory with five funeral industry professionals explaining every step of a funeral from picking up the deceased to final interment.
Added for 2005 is the Emergency Medical Services component. New ambulances will be displayed along with current advanced life support medical equipment. Paramedics and emergency medical technicians from various private and municipal providers will be on hand to demonstrate the newest and most advanced medical procedures and protocols. A large display of vintage ambulances and related equipment will also be displayed with presentations made by EMS veterans on the history of emergency medical services and Los Angeles County's famed paramedic program.
Whether your interest is the funeral industry or the ambulance side, this is an outstanding opportunity to truly enjoy an educational day of seeing first-hand the various roles professional cars played (and still play) in the areas of the funeral industry and the emergency medical services. For further infomation please call our fax-messge center at (818) 558-5701 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to see all of those PCHC members that helped us last year return with their displays, equipment and demonstrations.
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