“I’m sharing in a worldwide campaign to distribute this important message. Here is your copy.”
Note: In order to cover the territory, keep your presentation brief. However, in some cases the householder may show genuine interest and may wish to converse. If so, you can ask his opinion about the question on the front, read to him the Bible’s answer as shown inside, and consider a portion of the tract’s contents, as time allows. Before leaving, show him the “To Think About” question on the back and arrange to return and discuss it.
HOW INCREDIBLY INFANTILE!
The actual quality of this "presentation" is really not important at all. What's really important here is to keep the presentation as brief as possible and then run like hell before you're asked any difficult questions that your dumbed-down JW brain is unable to process, much less answer... Really pathetic...
A better presentation: Take the entire supply and place it in a powerful chipper/shredder. That will save the whole congregation the drudgery. When finished, take the whole supply of LIE-ble Teach books and place those in your chipper/shredder.
These campaigns have never been very challenging the aim is to keep publishers busy and distribute as many as possible. With so many not at homes it is easier to hand these out if the message is as bland and generic as possible.
This is such a joke, such an ineffectual way to reach people if the message is so urgent and life saving. I found an invite to the Memorial in my door, two months after the fact, because I never use my front door. I have a sign clearly stating "Back Door Please". Fed Ex, UPS, everyone else seems to get the message and walks the few extra steps to the back. I found it when I was changing the seasonal decoration on my front door!
The Watchtower Society knows its a numbers game. The more people contacted, the better chance a vulnerable soul will surrender to their cult. Hit as many doors as you can with a cheap little piece of paper and hope for an increase.