Usher Hand Signals?

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Ushers have a variety of different hand signals for a variety of different situations. For example, when seating your guest, you need to use your left hand. When inviting them into the hall, you need to use your right hand.
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seating the guest :put left hand behind back with right hand extendsed waist line out.sercive position: left hand place in back with hand cupped ad right hand place down the right
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