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The Grocery Train Benefits Churches

by Pastor David Turnipseed Owner /The Empowerment Team
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This Spring brings one of the most exciting events in Direct-Selling History. The Send-Off of the GroceryTrain! We'll gather the crew and get everyone aboard for a weekend of innovation, excitement and adventure!

Imagine what it would mean to your Church if it could receive

a percentage of its congregations grocery purchases every month!

Purchases the congregation are already making

of the same products they are already buying!


According to the USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion,

the average monthly cost for a moderate meal plan for a family of four

in the U.S. is $771, and a family of two is $533.



A congregation with as few as 500 participants

purchasing an average of $500 of groceries per month could generate

$5,000 per month in additional giving!



Simply ask the congregation to use this free service for three months

and you could raise up to an extra $15,000 for your ministries!



If they like the service, and we know they will, they will continue to use it

and your church will continue to benefit!

Benefits to your congregation:

It's free to sign up!

No more trips to the grocery store!

Competitive prices!

Use your favorite coupons!

Shop online!

Scheduled home delivery!

Members can get paid for referring others!

If you don't enjoy this!

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About Pastor David Turnipseed Advanced   Owner /The Empowerment Team

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Pastor David Turnipseed Advanced  Owner /The Empowerment Team
Imagine making it possible to feed your family at almost double the value you are accustom to and sharing this mindset with your friends and neighbors and get rewarded financially. Now imagine this service bringing your groceries to your home delivery free , now here is your chance to peep into what the future looks like and the future begins March 13th.
http://www.grocerytrain.com/pastordavid
Jan 16th 2012 10:14   
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