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Issue with Meta descriptions

I'm noticing a common issue with meta descriptions in sites I use Be Theme on. It only occurs with Be Theme as I have other sites as well that utilize different themes.

For some reason no matter what I do:

1. I've tried using the SEO setting in the theme
2. I've tried disabling the SEO settings in the theme and using Yoast

No matter what, Google pulls the copy at the top of the page and inserts it as the meta description. No matter what the query is. I've tested from different locations, browsers, tried multiple queries, still the same meta description is aggregated. One of my sites the copy at the top of the page is literally an html banner (using a banner plugin) and it's pulling the copy from that which is "HUGE NEWS Y'ALL! Facebook has featured_______Agency as a Success Story for our leading strategies." So not at all helpful to the searcher.

Do you know a work around for this?

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