Thursday, December 13, 2012
Church ain't what it used to be—at least in some cases. There's gourmet coffee, complimentary Wi-Fi, casual dress, and the occasional drum kit.
Here's how one real-life mega temple markets itself.
The point? They've adapted. In the face of declining attendance, some churches have chosen to change the way they market themselves—dramatically. And if the size of the congregation is the measure of success, they're winning.
Is it time for IndyCar to transform itself? In a real way? Dunno, but it's something to ponder.
Hit up the comments section on the way out and thanks for stopping in, as always, friends.