Once upon a time, we produced cassette tapes after every service and sold them for $1. Later, we converted to CDs and continued to charge a buck. When we moved into the current Central Campus building, we decided to “give ourselves away” by providing free CDs after every service. Now with four campuses, we give away over 2,000 CDs a week.
The CD duplicating room is a small space of about 200 square feet. It contains raw materials, CD printers, and CD duplicators. Click here for the type of duplicators that we use. We have 20 towers with 10 drives per tower giving us the ability to burn 200 every five minutes (depending on how long it takes to manually load and unload). Click here for the CD printers that we use.
When we recently moved from week delay to “week of” (delivering teachings live across all campuses), we were able to continue to produce current CDs at Central Campus, but all other campuses are week delayed.
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