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brianj wrote: ↑Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:48 pmWhy would high security be necessary? And what about the current security do you think is lacking?
What I never understand is the people I see near the conference center, holding signs claiming to be from other countries and begging for tickets. If they really are from overseas, they can acquire tickets easily.
And here's a pro tip for everybody: If you are in Salt Lake, want to attend conference, but don't have a ticket, go to the Tabernacle. Go early. Follow the signs for standby seating. You will sit in the Tabernacle, and if there's room in the conference center they will send you over. I have attended both of the last two Priesthood sessions using this approach and plan to do so in March 2018.
Isn't the security higher now? In the past, international visitors could go to the Conference Center Ticket Office to get tickets. Now they need to order them through stake or district president in their home country. A local leader, who supposedly knows the member acts as a gate keeper now.LdsMarco wrote: ↑Tue Nov 28, 2017 1:16 pmAbout a month ago, the Presiding Bishopric made a major change to how some international attendees will obtain tickets to general conference.
http://www.ldsliving.com/Church-Change- ... es/s/87107
I really hope there's going to be high security
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