GuideStone Live events bring world-class customer service to participants’ hometowns
By Sally J. Robbins
DALLAS —GuideStone Financial Resources is continuing the GuideStone Live tour featuring an engaging, interactive learning environment for participants in their local areas. The free events will include relevant seminars, health check-ups, food, giveaways and GuideStone representatives ready to answer financial questions.
“We are always looking for ways to better connect with and serve our participants,” said O.S. Hawkins, president of GuideStone Financial Resources. “GuideStone Live allows us to meet with them face-to-face, answer their questions on the spot and help them stay on a solid financial path.”
Throughout the day, attendees can pick from 13 expert-led seminars covering topics such as the 2012 financial outlook, top 10 tips for people in their 20s and 30s, budgeting strategies and Medicare ABCs. Visitors will also be able to schedule personal appointments to discuss topics like investment advice, personal insurance needs and retirement plans. Those who plan to attend can learn more or reserve a seat and make an appointment at www.GuideStone.org/GuideStoneLive. Space may be limited.
Along with the seminars and one-on-one meetings, attendees can receive a health screening that includes glucose, cholesterol and blood pressure tests, enjoy a lunch provided by GuideStone and enter a drawing for a Garmin GPS.
The GuideStone Live tour stopped three times in Kentucky earlier this year and has four stops planned this month in Oklahoma. Scheduled events will take place on Tuesday, August 28 in Tulsa; Wednesday, August 29 in Oklahoma City; and Thursday, August 30 in Ardmore. There will also be a special Spanish GuideStone Live event in Oklahoma City on August 28.
Sally J. Robbins is a marketing development writer for GuideStone Financial Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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