CMS @ YS: Check Out Our Booth

November 18, 2005 by

Church Marketing Sucks is at the Youth Specialties National Youth Worker Convention in Nashville this weekend. Stop by the booth if you’re there. Not that we’ll be there—or anybody for that matter—but you can be there.

Pick up some CMS cards and wonder at the oddity of an unmanned booth. It’s kind of like an unmanned spaceship, only a lot cheaper.

Yes, it is a little odd. But we like it that way. Long story short we inherited a booth and made the most of it.

Apparently lots of youth workers are blogging the convention, and I’m hoping at least one will post a picture of themselves hanging out in the unmanned Church Marketing Sucks booth.

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Kevin D. Hendricks


When Kevin isn't busy as the editor of Church Marketing Sucks, he runs his own writing and editing company, Monkey Outta Nowhere. Kevin has been blogging since 1998 and has published several books, including 137 Books in One Year: How to Fall in Love With Reading, The Stephanies and all of our church communication books.
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5 Responses to “CMS @ YS: Check Out Our Booth”

  • john
    November 21, 2005

    Saw your booth at YS. Had a long conversation then moved to next booth. They weren’t as friendly as your booth.


  • Greg Vennerholm
    November 21, 2005

    Can we see photos?


  • Katie
    November 21, 2005

    I hope our booth wasn’t the non-friendly booth. I briefly blogged about some of our experience here, including photos of the CMS booth.


  • Josh
    November 22, 2005

    Yeah, I stopped by your booth, but regrettably did not take a picture. I stopped by once when nobody was there, and then doubled back at the end to hopefully meet you guys. (It’s kind of like meeting a rock star, or at least a HAM radio operator). I did get to talk to a couple who was there and told them to pass on my appreciation of what you do. JM


  • gavin
    November 24, 2005

    i took some cards, thanks



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