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PPC is an initialism used extensively in TFI literature[1] that refers to regional centers operated by World Services where Family publications intended for sale to the general public were produced and then distributed to Homes in regions covered by the PPC. At least one source indicates that PPC stood for Poster Push Center.[2] PPCs began to be established in the mid-1980s and initially printed and distributed color posters sold to the general public but later expanded to include other products such as audio cassettes.

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  1. xFamily.org Archive Search: PPC
  2. "I've found there's no difference doing a PPC job (PPC: Poster Push Center) or going to the market & getting 20 pineapples." "Learning to Be the "Boy Who Would" by David Hold-On in The Hope of the Future #3, November 1989, Page 14.