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November 2018

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Christmas is almost here. Your church clients have a world of production needs and requests that keep piling up on them. 

This is a time for church designers, consultants and integrators to shine—and potentially get more business in the coming year. By following up with church clients now, advising them, and showing you’re available beyond the scope of a design and install, you’re building trust.

And trust, with church clients, is critical.

Blessings,

Carol Badarraco Padgett

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Images courtesy of CODA Audio.

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