its been mentioned before---care homes. in the UK there are a few ( no idea how many ) jireh care homes--loosely connected with the watchtower.
but take this on board. the dubs are an ever aging customer base.
in the UK, lots of the ageing population end their years in privately run care homes. if they have plenty of money--or equity in their property--then they pay the fees. but if they dont, having just a pension, then our local authorities pick up the bill..or most of it.
so--the watchtower has an ever growing customer base--with the income guaranteed.
but--on the other hand--the biggest outgoing is the staff cost.
NOOO PROBLEM----think of the pioneers, the door knockers, the cart attendants, the construction volunteers. it wouldnt take too much persuation to get those volunteers to work for nothing where the need is great--in the watchtowewr care homes.
in fact--its a 2 way benefit. the care volunteers get useful on the job training--for an NVQ in social care. for all i know the watchtower care home society can get funding for the training.
"wordly" care homes are often crying out for staff--my wife regularly works 50 hours + a week in a nearby home because of staff shortages.
so--to sum up the business plan.
watchtower forms an arms-length company to use KH sale cash to buy sites to develope as care homes---built with volunteer labour
an ever increasing customer base waiting to buy the service--with fees guaranteed ( in the UK )
a large volunteer workforce ready to get stuck in. like bethel service.
i'll leave it to some other smart arse to think up the spin the society will need to sell the idea to the dubs.