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  1. Did you know …. … blondes tend to have more hair?

  2. Did you know …. Your body gives off enough heat in 30 minutes to boil half a gallon of water.

  3. Did you know …. There are approximately 55 streets with the name “Peachtree” in Georgia?

  4. Did you know …. Chicken eggs take 21 days to hatch?

  5. Did you know …. … together, the 5 ACS Technologies Implementers have more than 70 years worth of experience working in churches. Churches like this one! Need implementation help? Email training@acstechnologies.com

  6. Pop quiz! Who was the state of Georgia named for?

  7. Pop quiz! Who was the state of Georgia named for? King George II of England

  8. Pop quiz! How many footballs are used by the NFL every season?

  9. Pop quiz! How many footballs are used by the NFL every season? A. 11,520 Source: Freakonomics.com (we didn’t double check their math)

  10. Pop quiz! How long does a worker honey bee live?

  11. Pop quiz! How long does a worker honey bee live? A. 28 to 35 days* *Unless it’s reared in September or October, in which case it might live through winter.

  12. A: Venus. The average temperature on Venus is about 500 degrees Celsius. That’s hot!

  13. Implementation, User Groups, Training, the Megachurch Client Program … we’ve got one-on-one resource expertise you need. Come learn more in the Resource Area!

  14. Q: What’s an aglet?

  15. Q: What’s an aglet? • A: An aglet is the name for the “thingie” (that’s what we’ve always called it anyway) at the tip of your shoelaces.

  16. Did you know … • … the Guiness World record holder for the longest ongoing pilgrimage is Arthur Blessitt, who has carried a cross since Christmas • day 1969. He’s visited all seven • continents, including Antarctica!

  17. Q: How many ingredients are in a Twinkie?

  18. Q: How many ingredients are in a Twinkie? • A: 39 (Mmmm … sodium stearoyllactylate … )

  19. We’ve got great ideas for helping your children’s ministry reach its goals. Bring your ideas and come talk about kids in the Resource Area!

  20. Q: How many people are on Facebook? Be sure to Like us on Facebook! … and look out for fun promos and prizes all week.

  21. Q: How many people are on Facebook? A: Facebook had more than 845 million active users at the end of 2011 Be sure to Like us on Facebook! … and look out for fun promos and prizes all week.

  22. Q: Where was the first motion picture projected for an audience?

  23. Q: Where was the first motion picture projected for an audience? Berlin in 1895

  24. Did you know … … the most common times for people to give online are between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday – not exactly traditional worship hours.

  25. Giving, event payments, remote deposits … let’s talk $ in the Resource Area! We’ve got ways to ease payments, help you step up stewardship, and save time processing.

  26. Q: What are phosphenes?

  27. Q: What are phosphenes? A: The lights you see when you close your eyes hard.

  28. Did you know … … When surveyed, potential donors who had not yet given online said they had no objections to online giving, they simply hadn’t done it yet. Thinking about online giving? Event payments? Remote deposits? Stop by the $ booth in the Resource area. They know stuff about $.

  29. What’s Georgia’s state motto?

  30. What’s Georgia’s state motto? "Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation"

  31. What’s Georgia’s state song? Hint:

  32. What’s Georgia’s state song? “Georgia On My Mind”

  33. Q: What’s a hashtag? A: A hashtag is a word or phrase prefixed with a # symbol, used to make Twitter topics easy to find.

  34. Q: What’s a hashtag? A: A hashtag is a word or phrase prefixed with a # symbol, used to make Twitter topics easy to find. Use #Impact12 so we can find your tweets about this conference!

  35. Smartphones. iPads. Church members and church staff are on the GO! Stop by the GOT MOBILE? area in the Resource Area and explore our mobile tools … and give us your input on what mobile solutions we need to do next.

  36. Did you know … Feet can produce a pint of sweat every day. Ew.

  37. Did you know … You shed and regrow your skin every 27 days.

  38. Did you know … A cat’s heart beats nearly twice as fast as a human heart, at 110 to 140 beats a minute.

  39. Did you know … You can now use OnDemand on an iPad.

  40. Did you know … Ravens are considered one of the most intelligent birds? They’ve been known to lead wolves to prey and feed alongside them. Kinda creepy, right?

  41. Pop quiz! Q: About how much did online charitable giving increase in the last five years? a. 50% b. No increase, it went down c. 5% d. 100%

  42. Pop quiz! Q: About how much did online charitable giving increase in the last five years? d. 100%. According to Target analytics, the percentage of individual charitable giving that was done online doubled!

  43. Pop quiz! How fast does the moon travel in its orbit around the sun?

  44. Pop quiz! How fast does the moon travel in its orbit around the sun? An average of 2,288 miles per hour – though it moves slowest when it is at its furthest distance from the Earth.

  45. Got Macs and PCs in your office? Are you multi-site? Find out why more than half the people at this conference – and thousands more around the country—are using OnDemand! Learn more about how to get 24/7/365 power in the Resource Area

  46. Did you know … That, according to the Pew Forum, more American adults between the ages of 18-29 pray daily during this decade than they did in the 1980s?

  47. Mobile FACTS 33% of cell phone owners now access news on their cell phones.

  48. Mobile FACTS 24% of adult cell phone owners used their cell phones while they were in a store during the holiday season to look up the price of a product online .

  49. Mobile FACTS 13% of cell phone owners pretended to be using their phone in order to avoid interacting with the people around them.