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Introducing The Juicys

Introducing The Juicys

Posted April 9, 2018 by Bryan Haley

I’m excited to introduce (or reintroduce) you to The Juicys. The Juicys are an award program. In fact, they are the only of their kind. The Juicys reward churches for their awesome communication and marketing efforts. After taking a couple years off, we at ReFrame Media are thrilled to relaunch The Juicys and have the opportunity to once again honor churches like yours.
 

What are The Juicys?

The Juicys are a one-of-a-kind award program created to honor churches who have made great strides in church communications. What kind of projects qualify? Well, you tell us. Maybe it’s that new ministry website you built. Or maybe you’ve rebranded recently. What about that unique plan or strategy you created to help improve communication at your church? Or maybe you’ve done something we can’t even imagine to better engage and communicate with your congregation or surrounding community. If you’re proud of something you’ve done, let us see it! If you’re still unsure about what might qualify, check out a few of our past winners and get inspired!
 

How Does This Work?

It’s pretty simple to apply, really. Go to The Juicys page on our website and click the Apply tab. We’ll ask you to tell some basic information about yourself, your church, and your project. At the end, we’ll ask you to submit some supporting files/documents/videos (whatever applies to your project) so we can see what you’re talking about.

After the application season closes on May 10, our panel of expert judges will review and vote for the best application in each category. We’ll announce the winners on Tuesday, June 5.
 

What Do We Win?

First off, we want to spread the news about your great work! You work hard, and we want to honor you for that work by sharing what you’re doing with the rest of the Church Juice community. As a winner, we may share some of your story—through articles, podcast interviews, or case studies. This is a great way for your work to be an encouragement to other churches.

Additionally, we have a pretty awesome prize package with a value well over $1000 per winner! Each winner will receive a ticket to That Church Conference in Atlanta this coming September, a one-year subscription to SundayU, a three-month subscription to Courageous Storytellers (from Center for Church Communication, the creators of Church Marketing Sucks), and there are also some other prizes that we’re just not willing to share yet!

 

Ready to Apply? Click here and start your Juicys application!

Filed under: Church Juice, The Juicys

About the Author

Bryan Haley

Bryan joined the ReFrame Media team in 2017 with a passion to help churches reach people with the gospel using effective church communications. As producer for Church Juice, Bryan helps congregations energize their church communications by overseeing the Church Juice blog, publishing in-depth ebook resources, and developing training on topics like marketing, branding, social media, internal communications, and website development.

Bryan brings years of communication and outreach experience gained both in full-time church ministry and the field of church website design. Bryan and his wife, Denae, enjoy Michigan summers, Detroit sports, and family time.

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