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FREE PLANNING GUIDE: NOW AVAILABLE -- The 2016 Edition!

Get your hands on Steve Sorensen's comprehensive 32-page "Ultimate Guide To Planning a Sportsman's Dinner" (at right). Spread the word -- this is the most comprehensive guide available, with everything you need to know to plan your event. CLICK HERE to download your own copy of the Planning Guide. (Click on the link to open the Guide. Then, go to "File" on your top menu bar and save to your computer.)

Here's what one sportsman's dinner organizer said: "Your 'Ultimate Guide to Planning a Sportsman’s Dinner' is by far the best and most thorough document available anywhere. I had a church contact me about planning their own banquet and this is the best thing I could have offered them to get started!"

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"WHAT ABOUT FOLLOW-UP?"

Follow-up is important, and after your Sportsman's Dinner I can help you follow up in two ways.

First, my new devotional book is designed and written especially for sportsmen who make a profession of faith at a Sportsman's Dinner. (And it doesn't have to be an even where I speak.) It's available now, and the price is low enough to make quantities affordable. Individually, they're $5.99 each. Email me about purchasing 20 or more at only $4.00 each.

 

Second, for Saturday night events I'm often able to stay over until Sunday.  I'd be happy to talk to those who will be involved in follow up. And, I'll preach in your Sunday morning service if you like. For Sunday morning worship services I set no fee –  I'll be happy with just a love offering.

Third, my Ultimate Guide to Planning a Sportsman's Dinner covers some important points about how to follow up. (It wouldn't be the "ultimate" guide with that!) Be sure to check it out.

FREE  Publicity Downloads

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First, the legal mumbo-jumbo. These items are copyrighted materials, but this is your legal authorization to use them: Steve Sorensen hereby authorizes any organization using him as a speaker to reproduce these resources in printed or electronic publicity or broadcast media promoting the event.

 

Second, be creative. You may use these items to create posters, placemats, tickets, bulletin inserts, brochures, mailers, radio ads, or any other materials to use for event promotion. Feel free to shorten in order to fit the space you have available, but please do not materially change factual information. Re-size and crop images as needed. 

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