Binge Hospitality…rotating volunteers for unceasing acts of welcome.

We’ve heard the urban slang terms like Binge Watching, Binge Eating, Binge Drinking…. doing a certain act in a marathon way, excessively and continuously for some (usually brief) period of time.

Have your church experiment with Binge Hospitality, a continuous marathon of friendly, well-informed volunteers who cheerfully rotate (serving once or twice a month) to serve as greeters, information hosts, Coffee Servers, Parking Lot attendants or Ushers. These welcoming, warm-hearted servants will give a positive meaning to the term “binge”. And, well, this could be just the “Bingeginning” of a real good thing!

Remember:  Receiving a warm welcome within the first 10 minutes of a guest’s visit usually determines if there will be a second visit!
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Bev Manson
Blessed with the gift of gab and hospitality, Bev served as a staff member for a fast-growing church  for almost a decade. Discovering her talent for helping people step out of their comfort zone, she began recruiting volunteers to serve in Children’s Ministry.  As the church grew, her focus became the influx of visitors and the need to make sure they didn’t get lost in the growth. For this, she developed a full team of trained volunteers to create the “WOW,  from the Street to the Seat”. Her success with this program lead to speaking engagements at churches across North Georgia, prompting a string of WOW experiences!   Now, as Marketing Manager for Displayit at Church, she loves sharing her tips, tricks and ideas, that can make a real difference.  “We’re all on the same team, the Jesus team.  Let’s work together for the greater good!”

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