This just new: Thirty-hour quota for auxiliary pioneering (letter)

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  • Eustace

    There used to be an actual advantage to signing up to pioneer or temporary pioneer. The literature was cheaper for pioneers. I can't remember how much cheaper the books were, but magazines (which were sold to the public for 5 cents each) cost 4 cents for publishers and something like 2 cents for pioneers.

    Does anyone know if they still charge the publishers for literature like they used to?

  • ÁrbolesdeArabia

    Rags and Meals at the assembly were discounted for pioneers. Pioneers were invited to get in line (First Class Airplane Boarding) first for the new releases of books and mags.

    Eustace do they charge for mags, not in the United States.

  • hildebrando


    Here there is letter January 9, 2013 in spanish which was sent to Spain Branch:

  • sd-7

    When I first heard about this, I figured it was a pilot program of sorts to be expanded in the future (which is now the present) if it generated good numbers. surprise there. It's just a new and improved sales drive.


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