UPDATE: Good News Brochure Distribution
March 20, 2012
Brethren enthusiastically respond to newly expanded program
Just 30 days ago we announced that several new Good News tri-fold brochures were available for distribution by United Church of God brethren and congregations in the United States. We are pleased to report that since that announcement, brethren have enthusiastically responded by requesting nearly 5,000 brochures for distribution!
If you have not yet taken the opportunity to participate in the program we encourage you to do so. Many distribution opportunities are available today to reach potential Good News readers. You can place brochures at various locations in a display or leave a few on a table or countertop for pick-up. Potential distribution places include hospital and clinic lobbies, car and truck repair shops, restaurants, supermarkets, motels, colleges and universities, libraries, convenience stores, hairdressers, senior centers and many other locations.
Additionally, you can use brochures to introduce the Church’s literature to interested relatives, friends, neighbors and co-workers. When new subscribers mail in their reply card (or respond via our GNmagazine.org website) they receive a free, year-long, six-issue subscription to The Good News and one of our foundational booklets as advertised on the following brochure covers:
- Heaven and Hell – What Does the Bible Really Teach?
- Holidays or Holy Days – Does it Matter Which Days We Observe?
- Managing Your Finances
- The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy
- What Happens After Death?
As our fourteenth brochure distribution year begins, we invite you to get involved in this newly expanded effort. It is a program in which everyone—young and old—can participate! Please contact John LaBissoniere at email@example.com or call (423) 562-9400 or toll-free (888) 369-9940 for your supply of brochures and displays.
For additional information, please visit our new Brochure Distribution Program webpage.
John LaBissoniere—Print Advertising Manager, Media and Communications Services
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